The COVID-19 crisis is something we are experiencing together as a community, and we are working hard to make sure we can continue to provide our members and community with support during this difficult and uncertain time.
Our community means everything to us, and we hope you are safe and healthy. After reviewing the state’s order and updated policy around the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic issued by the California Department of Public Health, the NAMI Westside Los Angeles
NAMI Los Angeles County Council will sponsor this two-day Basics Teacher Training set for April 18-19, 2020 at Kaiser Pasadena. The Basics curriculum is designed to enable co-leaders who are not mental health professionals to conduct the classes. It is
Our Executive Director, Erin Raftery Ryan, will be participating in special event to de-stigmatize mental illness: “320 Conversations” on March 9, 6:30 to 9 pm, at USC’s Bovard Auditorium.
Our February Speaker Series: Dave Leon and The Painted Brain: Using the Arts to Change the Discussion About Mental Health Conditions
Today, we celebrate and honor America’s veterans for their patriotism and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good of our nation. We are proud to have a program to support veterans, which was started in honor of a
By Moses Kim Now that I am stable in terms of my bipolar condition, I am feeling incredible both physically and mentally through hard work with mental health professionals, support groups, and a regular gym routine. After it was suggested by
WHAT: “DRC (Disability Rights California): An Introduction to OPRABA” WHO: Hannah Liddell, Supervising Attorney, Office of Payee Review and Beneficiary Assistance DRC is a nonprofit agency established by the government to protect and advocate for people with disabilities WHEN: February
Dr. Xavier Amador is a clinical psychologist with over 25 years of experience. He is a professor at Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York City and the author of eight books including this national best seller of “I Am
In “The Skipping Stone: The Rippling Effect of Mental Illness in the Family,” Mona Wasow supports wholeheartedly NAMI Westside’s Family to Family groups with a strong theme to impart information to families about mental illnesses. By creating rippling effects on