Originally published by NAMI California Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, and suicide rates have increased by 30% since 1999 (CDC). With effective care, suicidal thoughts are treatable, and suicide is preventable. Below, NAMI
We had a great time at the Montana Avenue Summer Fest this weekend! Thanks to our friends at Ninety3 Impact and Rove for giving us a table and helping us raise awareness at the community event. Tim Davis, our program
For back to school: mental health resources for students, parents, and teachers.
We held a Lunch & Learn at Palisades Charter High School on June 25, to present community members with information and insights about our “Ending the Silence” program for students, parents, and teachers in Los Angeles. Our NAMI Westside Program
At the annual NAMI Westside LA gala on Sunday, May 19, we honored those making a difference in mental health and celebrated our recent progress in helping to end stigma, reach and engage with more Angelenos, and provide much-needed support
After we shared a list of the reasons we are grateful this year, and asked our members and supporters to do the same. The responses have touched us and filled us with hope. As this is #GivingTuesday and it is
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
What a great day! We had nearly 2000 participants at this year’s NAMIWalks, the Los Angeles “Make Waves in Mental Health” fundraising walk. We raised almost $500,000 for our programs, and NAMI nationwide took in $11.8 million. Thanks to all