Marian Keiko Alino joined the NAMI WLA team as an intern. Here, she answers questions for our Team NAMI Q&A.
Join us in celebrating Pride Month and taking whatever steps we can to support our LGBTQ+ community. “Members of the LGBTQ+ community with mental health conditions may find themselves fighting a double stigma, based on their sexual orientation and gender identity, as
Post written by NAMI WLA member Miriam Feldman; originally published by Scary Mommy Having a child with serious mental illness is an exercise in loss and grief with no equal because it holds a particular irony… they are here but
We have guests booked for our Janis Black Warner Speaker Series for June: A panel of young adults with mental health conditions will from the Life Adjustment Team will discuss their struggles and individual roads to recovery. Join via Zoom video conference
Maintain a schedule and designate working time and life time. During office hours, you work; during break time, you live. When you do this, it helps you from being distracted by regular life matters when you’re supposed to be working.
We are pleased to present a virtual version of our Janis Black Warner Speaker Series, using Zoom! Our event on Wednesday, May 6 will feature Dr. Eric Levander: “How to Cope with Your Emotions and What You Can Expect From
They say music soothes the soul and we agree (it can soothe the heart and mind, too). We started a conversation with our staff about songs that help us feel better and then we asked fellow board members and volunteers
Ideas for how to stay connected during the COVID-19 crisis.
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 California has opened up their annual mental health surveys for Diverse Communities and Families.