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

NAMI Glendale offers no-cost mental health services. We assist those with a mental illness, as well as their families, significant others, caregivers, and friends. You’re not alone, and we’re here to help!

NAMI Glendale’s core services include

  • Peer-led support groups, offering participants a space to share their experiences and gain support during difficult times
  • Evidence-based education classes, equipping participants with information and skills training from those who’ve been there
  • Support groups and classes offered in both English and en Español
  • Interesting and informative speakers for all kinds of audiences
  • Programs for high school & college students, service members & their families, mental health professionals, those of all faith traditions, and local law enforcement
  • Advocacy opportunities to shape local, state, & federal policies and improve the lives of all those impacted by mental illness
  • Numerous volunteer opportunities to help power our work

We proudly serve the following diverse communities

throughout 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

NAMI Glendale is a local chapter of NAMI Greater Los Angeles County (GLAC), and is also one of 600+ NAMI affiliates across the nation.

August 26, 2020

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In early 2015, District Attorney Jackie Lacey convened meetings of the entire criminal justice, first responder, and mental health systems of the County of Los Angeles. The purpose of these initial meetings was to acknowledge the need for reform and develop a plan to change the way our criminal justice system interacted with justice-involved individuals with serious mental illness including those with co-occurring substance use disorders. The intersection of the criminal justice and mental health systems in Los Angeles County needed to be accurately diagnosed and treatment approaches prescribed.

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