Destigmatizing mental illness and promoting equitable communities.
Latah Alliance on Mental Illness (LAMI) was incorporated in April of 1977 by a group of family members with concerns for persons with mental illnesses. LAMI oversees three programs: Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) Peer-Led Support Group, Alliance House, and Education, Outreach, and Advocacy.
The Wellness Recovery Action Plan® or WRAP®, is a self-designed prevention and wellness process that anyone can use to get well, stay well and make their life the way they want it to be.
Alliance House is located in Moscow, ID and provides a supported living environment for up to 6 adults diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness who have had difficulty with living independently in the past. The Alliance House has a part time House Director to support the residents in living an independent lifestyle.
Education, Outreach & Advocacy
Education, Outreach and Advocacy services are provided to the community to support and advance the wellbeing and recovery of persons who have mental illnesses, their support systems, and their communities. LAMI promotes the better understanding of mental illnesses, the needs and abilities of persons with mental illness diagnoses, the impact of those illnesses on their families, and the overall value of inclusion in their communities by educating our communities on these issues.
LAMI offers free QPR Suicide Prevention Training to small groups. Contact for more information and to schedule a training.
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How can I help?
You can help LAMI by donating food items, financial donations, and supplies! Contact the Board of Directors for more information on how to help at firstname.lastname@example.org.