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NAMI Glendale: Mental Health Support, Education, and Resources for Peers and Families

NAMI Glendale provides no-cost mental health services for both those with a mental health diagnosis or who are feeling symptomatic, as well as for the families, significant others, and friends of someone with a mental illness

We offer a host of services to the community, both for people directly impacted by mental illness and those who generally want to learn more about it, including:

Evidence-based support groups and education classes
offered to participants in both English and Spanish

An array of interesting and informative speaker programs
for tailored or general audiences

Advocacy for policies & programs throughout Los Angeles
which improve the lives of all those affected by mental health challenges

Programs for high school and college students,
active duty service members and veterans & their families,
mental health professionals, those of all faith traditions,
and Crisis Intervention Training for police & sheriff departments


NAMI Glendale proudly serves the following diverse communities of Northeast Los Angeles

Glendale · Atwater Village · Burbank · Toluca Lake
Eagle Rock · Highland Park · Hollywood · Echo Park
La Crescenta/Montrose· Sunland · Tujunga
Lincoln Heights · Glassell Park · El Sereno · Montecito Heights

Coverage area map of NAMI Glendale's mental health support Glendale · Atwater Village · Burbank · Toluca Lake Eagle Rock · Highland Park · Hollywood · Echo Park La Crescenta/Montrose· Sunland · Tujunga Lincoln Heights · Glassell Park · El Sereno · Montecito Heights

To find other NAMI chapters throughout Los Angeles County, visit the NAMI Greater Los Angeles County (NAMI GLAC) website.

June 8, 2020

NAMI.org
5/29/2020

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison, Jr., regarding recent racist incidents across the country and their impact on mental health:

“The effect of racism and racial trauma on mental health is real and cannot be ignored. The disparity in access to mental health care in communities of color cannot be ignored. The inequality and lack of cultural competency in mental health treatment cannot be ignored.

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