Join NAMI Missoula!

By joining NAMI Missoula, you help support our mission to improve the lives of individuals and families in our community affected by mental illness. Membership dues help us to provide free programs and support groups, to advocate at all levels of government, to fight stigma, and to provide hope and encouragement to those who need it the most.

To broaden our outreach and to make us more diverse, equitable, and inclusive, NAMI Missoula offers a $5 “open door” annual membership which includes membership in NAMI Montana and in the national NAMI. All members receive NAMI’s flagship magazine, the NAMI Advocate, discounts at the NAMI Store and on registration at NAMI’s National Convention, full access to all the information and features on the NAMI website, and more.

NAMI Missoula encourages its members to attend our monthly board meetings, to become NAMI group facilitators, teachers, and presenters, and to volunteer at our events and activities. Your ideas, talents, and energies can help NAMI to continue making a difference here in Missoula!

Membership in NAMI Missoula is conferred without regard to race, color, creed, gender, or national origin. 

NAMI Annual Membership Rates

RECOMMENDED:  $5 “Open Door” membership 

$40 Individual membership (if you can afford it)

$60 Household membership (if you can afford it) 

You can join NAMI online (choose the “Open Door” option) at: Become a Member (

Or you can mail a check (payable to NAMI Missoula) to: 

NAMI Missoula / PO Box 5413 / Missoula MT 59806

Please include your name, address, phone number, and email



For more than thirty years now, NAMI Missoula has provided support, education, and advocacy for all those in our community affected by mental illness. The need for our programs today is as great as ever. We rely on donations from people like you to continue our efforts; even small amounts make a big difference. Thank you for your generous support; and thank you for caring about the individuals and families here in Missoula who live with mental illness and its consequences.

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