From NAMI: As the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) congratulates President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on their inauguration today. NAMI looks forward to working with the new administration to build better
Join us for an new edition of our Check-Up from the Neck Up online series on our Instagram Live Friday, January 22 at 1:30 pm PT, for a conversation with our Bitt Turpack and Alanna Martella (Instagram: @alannamartella).
Our Janis Black Warner Speaker Series for February 2021 will feature Baron L. Miller, author of “Laws We Need to Know: Understanding Rules and Programs for Persons with Mental Illness,” Join us February 3, at 7 pm PT to hear
We are proud of our board of directors, staff, facilitators, teachers, volunteers, and members for allowing us to continue to make an impact on our community. We are now in Week 40 of virtual programming and have increased our support groups
Join us on December 21st for an Instagram Live performance by NAMI West LA Ending the Silence presenter and a NAMI National ambassador, Brooke Johnson.
Spectrum News 1 spoke with our Board Co-President Sharon Dunas for a report, Families Struggling with Mental Health Issues Look Forward to Changes, on the Therapeutic Transportation Pilot Program that will soon be launched in Los Angeles and the greater
For the January 2021 Janis Black Warner Speaker Series installment, Kartar Diamond will join us to discuss her memoir, “Noah’s Schizophrenia: A Mother’s Search for Truth.” Join us Wednesday, January 6, 2021, at 7 pm PT to hear from Kartar,
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
Register now for our Winter 2021 classes! The classes are free, but registration is required. Family-to-Family Class: We are offering a Monday night class that starts January 4, 2021 and a Thursday night class that starts January 7, 2020. Find
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