NAMICon 2022 FAQs
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This year’s NAMICon will be a virtual event and held June 14–16.
Registration is now open. The registration fees are $10 for students and peers, $15 for NAMI members, and $25 for non-NAM members.
The three-day virtual NAMICon will consist of plenaries, workshops, special sessions, 2022 NAMI Alliance Day, special events and a virtual exhibit hall.
The convention registration fee includes all virtual activities for June 14–16.
All registration fees are non-refundable.
Will I get much out of the convention if I am not a NAMI member? How do I benefit if I am not a NAMI member?
We encourage both members and non-members to attend our convention. NAMI is the nation’s largest and most influential grassroots advocacy group working on behalf of individuals with lived experience and caregivers. Whether or not you are a member of NAMI, you will benefit from the information offered during the event, as well as the chance to network with some of the most knowledgeable mental health advocates in the nation. Become a NAMI Member.
Social workers and registered nurses can earn CE credits by attending sessions at NAMICon. The exact number of hours will be finalized in May. At previous virtual conventions, we were able to offer up to 16 credits.
NAMI is a certified provider through the Minnesota Board of Social Work and the California Board of Registered Nursing. Please check with your specific agency to verify that they accept credits from these providers.
No. You can apply for CE credits at no charge.