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
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.
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
Halloween can be, well, tricky for a lot of people. Children and adults living with anxiety and other mental health conditions face fear and stigma on just about every corner. (A google search shows that straightjacket costumes are still being
For back to school: mental health resources for students, parents, and teachers.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we are reaching out to our community in the hopes of connecting and sharing ways in which we can help those affected by mental illness…
After we shared a list of the reasons we are grateful this year, we asked our supporters to do the same. The responses have touched us and filled us with hope. “I am grateful for having my son alive and
How grateful are we? Let us count the ways. We had nearly 2000 participants at this year’s NAMIWalks, AKA the Los Angeles Make Waves in Mental Health fundraising walk, and we raised almost $500,000 for our programs! Nationwide, NAMI has
If you’re interested in creating a team of any size for the 2016 Annual NAMI LA Walk, please click the link, click Register Now on the NAMI LACC (Los Angeles County Council) page and create or join a team or make