About NAMI Glendale
We are glad you have found us.
If you or your loved one suffers from a major mental illness, we can help.
NAMI Glendale serves all neighboring communities, including:
Burbank, Eagle Rock, Echo Park, Glendale, Glassell Park, Highland Park, Hollywood, La Cañada, La Crescenta, Lincoln Heights, Montrose, Mount Washington, North Hollywood, Shadow Hills, Silver Lake, Sunland, and Tujunga
support groups, education classes, advocacy and resources, and help & hope to those living with a mental illness, their families, and loved ones.
- to provide FREE education, support, and advocacy to people with mental illness and their families
- to raise awareness about mental illness issues and put an end to stigma
- to give a voice to the voiceless
- that coping with mental illness is traumatic and often overwhelming
- that mental illnesses are brain disorders, medical conditions, from which recovery is possible.
- that the trauma of mental illness impacts the family, friends and loved ones of the person who has an illness, so they , too, need help.
- that family, friends, and others can play a pivotal supporting role in an individual’s recovery.
is to ensure that every person who has a mental illness has adequate access to medical care, medications, therapy, reliable-accurate information, and a supportive community of assistance.
We know. We’ve been there. We can help!
For many of us, finding NAMI-Glendale was the beginning of hope and recovery. NAMI-Glendale provides hope and help through education, support and advocacy.
Our NAMI Programs:
- For family members, loved ones, and friends of those who have a mental illness: Family Support Group, Family to Family Education Class, Basics Education Class
- For persons who have a mental illness: Connections Support Group, Peer to Peer Education Class,
- For everyone: NAMI-Walks
- For the Community: In Our Own Voice, Parents and Teachers as Allies, Shattering the Silence
In addition to the above programs, we do community outreach; compile and publish lists of useful and informative resources; publicize our own and others’ related public events; provide access to regional advocacy and leadership trainings; chime in on public policy debates; and fight stigma against those with brain disorders. NAMI Glendale is open to everyone concerned about the issues of mental illness and the personal and social impacts, and all our programs are always free.
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