What a great response we’ve had to our #FreeYourMe campaign, which launched on World Mental Health Day. 100-plus ambassadors shared their images, along with personal stories and information and resources to help us end stigma and promote mental health education.
Each year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. However, mental illness affects everyone directly or indirectly through family, friends or coworkers. That is why each year, during the first week of October, NAMI
The need for mental health support has never been greater. We are here for our community and doing all we can to remain connected and supportive during the pandemic, which has personally impacted all of us. This holiday season, we
We’re excited to be joining Palisades Charter High School for this virtual symposium on student mental health. October 1, 4 to 5 pm on Zoom.
Thanks to our friends at the Big Heart Ranch for hosting us for a safe, physically-distanced community outreach event.
Advancing 9-8-8 can’t wait. This easy-to-access, nationwide 3-digit emergency number (9-8-8) will help people in a mental health crisis. And it’s close to becoming a reality. The Federal Communications Commission unanimously voted in July to designate 9-8-8 as the universal
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
NAMI California has opened up their annual mental health surveys for Diverse Communities and Families.
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
Thank you to the City of Beverly Hills Health and Safety Commission for recognizing us for our work in the community today. Executive Director Erin Raftery Ryan; Program Director Tim Davis; and board member Adaline Fagan were on hand to receive