We’ve booked the Janis Black Warner Speaker Series for Wednesday, January 8, 7 pm, at The Vista Del Mar Child Study Center: 3200 Motor Ave., Los Angeles 90069 (map). Topic: Psychotherapy with Schizophrenia Without Using Anti-Psychotic Medication Speaker: Daniel Paul,
We hope you and your family are enjoying the holiday season and looking forward to a fresh start in 2020. Special holiday hours: Our office will be closed December 23 to January 2. Also see special hours below for our
We are excited to share that one of our NAMI WLA Ambassadors, Brenda Sarai Zuniga, is helping to raise funds and awareness for our work with her Brenda’s Dress campaign. Brenda is Miss Burbank USA 2019 and will be participating
The holidays can be a joy-filled season, but they can be challenging for those impacted by mental illness. A NAMI study showed that 64% of people with mental illness report holidays make their conditions worse. “For many people the holiday season
We’re so pleased to report that we trained a new crop of NAMI teachers and fierce mental health advocates at a Family- to-Family teacher training, which was coordinated by our Program Director Tim Davis and taught by our Board Co-President
By choosing to help us on Giving Tuesday, you will be funding our everyday work to provide mental health support and education to our Westside LA community.
“I am grateful for people who support and care for me both at work and at home. I am blessed to be surrounded by like-minded people who share the same passion for advocacy and taking a stand against the stigma
With the holidays upon us, we have had to make some scheduling adjustments for our support groups and classes. Family Support Group at Daniel’s PlaceWe have moved this support group up a week and will meet on Thursday, November 21.
There’s no way around it: we all experience stress. It’s not all bad. During times when we need to protect ourselves, the body’s stress response can help keep us safe. But when stress is frequent and intense, it can strain
Our Executive Director, Erin Raftery Ryan, participated in a panel discussion after a special screening at the Museum of Tolerance of HBO’s documentary, “Ernie and Joe: Crisis Cops”