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NAMI Glendale Board Nomination Announcement

November 11, 2020

NAMI Glendale is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. We are seeking nominations for each of the following elected positions on the NAMI Glendale Board for the calendar year of 2021. more »

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Remembering Jane Hancock

October 24, 2020

This past September, the NAMI Glendale family lost one of our founding members and past president, Jane Hancock. Jonée Shady, also a past president, shares her remembrances of Jane. I am not a writer as she was but I can say that she has inspired me many times to write. I am approaching this piece as more »

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NAMI GLAC to Pilot New Frontline Wellness Program

October 14, 2020

What is NAMI Frontline Wellness? The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on everyone’s mental health. But for those in jobs that are already demanding and stressful – like public safety and health care professionals – the toll can be even heavier. To help meet the needs of our frontline professionals, the NAMI Frontline Wellness more »

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NAMI Glendale stands with Black Americans and other communities of color

June 7, 2020

NAMI Glendale stands with Black Americans and other communities of color throughout Los Angeles demanding justice for the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. Systemic racism is a source of tremendous mental duress, and NAMI Glendale is saddened, pained, and angered at not only recent examples of excessive policing practices but also more »

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Urgent State Action Needed to Preserve Safety Net Services

Due to extensive budget cuts at the State level due to slow economic activity, funding needed for key behavioral health services has been eliminated. These services are more needed than ever due to a significant increase in demand for services due to COVID-19 related emotional stress. Take urgent state action to recind budget restrictions to more »

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Second Thursday Speaker Series will stream on Facebook Live

February 6, 2020

While we have reached capacity for tonight’s Second Thursday Speaker Series presentation about Assisted Outpatient Treatment-Los Angeles (AOT-LA), we will be streaming the event LIVE on our Facebook page starting at 7 PM! The video will be archived for future viewing and will be found in the “Videos” section of the page once the presentation more »

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August 9, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Articles on Mental Illness How bigotry created a black mental health crisis. How Barbers Are Getting Black Men Talking About Mental Health. Conundrum: Why Isn’t Killing 22 People ‘Mental Illness’? 08/09/2019

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