We’re excited to announce that we are teaming with 10 x 10 philanthropy, a nonprofit organization that supports grassroots charities, to raise funds and find volunteers at a virtual event on Thursday, July 16 at 7 pm.
We are excited to launch live online events with Britt Turpack, one of NAMI WLA’s peer teachers and Ending the Silence presenters! Britt is also a certified yoga instructor who has recently completed Brown University’s course on mindfulness-based stress reduction
Thanks to our friends at BoxUnion, who have committed to help fund our vital work on mental health education and support. This valued partner has pledged to donate 20% of its May revenue and 100% of the proceeds from its
We are sorry we cannot meet in person like we usually do for our annual membership meeting, but we are thrilled that we are able to carry on our work behind-the-scenes so that our members get the support they need.
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
We have a live event with our Executive Director, Erin Raftery Ryan, discussing quarantine, mental health, and motherhood with Box Union Studio, to celebrate Mental Health Month and Mother’s Day. Tune in Saturday, May 9 at 10:30 AM PST for an IG
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
Join us online for 320 Festival’s online event May 8 to 10 to help end stigma and support those with mental health conditions. We’re thrilled to be an event partner and to have staff members signed up to be panelists.
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