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NAMI Glendale Blog & News

January 17, 2020

It it with a heavy heart and immense sorrow that we acknowledge the passing of Marion “Fran” Hovorka.


Fran was truly an amazing person, someone who gifted the world her warm spirit and light. She provided hope to those struggling with mental health issues by fearlessly sharing her story and offering support. She was a loyal friend, teacher, and peer, and is someone who will never be forgotten. Her obituary can be found here.

    NAMI Glendale is excited to announce the launch of two new Support Groups starting January 7, 2020! 

    Family Support Group (in English)

    Connection Recovery Support Group (in English)

    Both groups will meet on the first Tuesday of the month from 6-7:30PM at the brand-new DMH Northeast Mental Health & Wellness Center in Lincoln Heights, 3303 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031.

    Free parking is available onsite in Read More

    Register for the 5th Annual Disability Athletics Faire!


    Register here:


    This event is FREE for people of ALL ages and ALL disabilities.


    The activity list is as follows:

    Yoga Basketball Baseball Soccer Martial Arts Kayaking Bocce Ball Golf Skateboarding Rock Wall And more!!!!

    Date And Time

    Sat, April 4, 2020

    9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Read More

    Help@Hand Innovation Project Seeks Community Feedback During Aug. 21 Meeting

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    The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) is seeking input from the community about technology training needs for the Help@Hand Innovation project (formerly known as the Tech Suite). During the meeting, we will provide updates on the project and hold interactive sessions with attendees to better understand how the community engages with technology and how it can be Read More

    A Continuing Conversation: The Intersection Of Mental Health And Faith


    A Follow-Up Conversation On The Topics Discussed During The 2019 African-American Mental Health Conference Panel Discussion Entitled “An Exploration Of The Role Of Mental Health In Communities Of Faith”


    Everyone is invited!!!!


    Saturday 8.31.19 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

    H.O.P.E.’s House Christian Ministries

    10654 Balboa Boulevard, Granada Hills CA, 91344


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