Article by Ken Raymond | The Oklahoman | Published: October 1, 2012 Mental illness touches most Oklahoma families. Maybe a relative or friend suffers from severe depression or psychosis. Maybe you have an anxiety disorder. About one in four American adults will experience a mental health disorder in any given year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI. That’s about 57.7 million people. Granted, not all disorders are severe. Their complications are, though. NAMI estimates the nationwide economic cost, mainly due to lost productivity, is around $79 billion annually. Continue reading this article at: NewsOK
Article by Lillie-Beth Brinkman | The Oklahoman | Published: May 20, 2012 The local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) honored two individuals and a local theater Saturday before its annual fundraising walk. Actress Stacey Logan-Lewis, the Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre and Oklahoma City Police Capt. Robert Nash all received the Dr. R. Murali Krishna Family “Eliminate the Stigma” Award for their efforts to fight the stigma of mental illness and the problems stemming from it, said Gail Israel, development coordinator for NAMI. Krishna, president, COO and medical director of Integris Mental Health, was on hand to […]
INTEGRIS Mental Health | Published on May 23, 2012 Congratulations to the 2012 winners of the Krishna Family Eliminate the Stigma Award: Captain Bob Nash of the Oklahoma City Police Department and the City Repertory Theatre (Award accepted by Stacey Logan-Lewis and Michael Jones.)
INTEGRIS Mental Health | Published on June 9, 2011 Dr. R. Murali Krishna talks about INTEGRIS Health’s involvement in the 2011 NAMI Walk and explains the mission to eliminate the stigma of mental illness.
INTEGRIS Mental Health | Published on June 8, 2010 The mission of INTEGRIS Health is to improve the health of the communities we serve. In order to fulfill this mission INTEGRIS Mental Health joined together with the National Alliance on Mental Illness or NAMI to raise money and awareness about our country’s need for treatment for people with mental disease.