Getting Real About Mental Illness

The mission of “Getting Real About Mental Illness” is to change the cultural mindset toward and the treatment of those with mental illness by providing education and financial resources to First Responders who interact with them and to destigmatize mental illness among the public

Our Vision 

Advocating

for funding for mental health providers to assist on crisis 911 calls

Sponsoring

and participating in local events to educate the public about local services available

Working with media

by publicizing events and services pertaining to mental illness and those affected by it

Researching, identifying resources and publicizing

innovative and successful training programs that can serve as potential models for local agencies and organizations in the treatment of those with mental illness, especially in crisis situations

GRAMI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit established January 25th, 2022. It was founded by Ms. Adina B. Peyton after her son was shot 16 times following a suicidal standoff with law enforcement on November 17, 2020. Ms. Peyton currently serves as Executive Director of GRAMI.

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BRAD PUGH MEMORIAL FUNDRAISER 2024

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Brad Pugh Memorial First Responder’s Program

Grami
P.O. Box 1376
Huntsville, AL 35807

256-529-0140

grami@gramius.org

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