NOW ENROLLING: NAMI Homefront

We understand that attending an in-person class can be difficult for busy individuals and families. That’s why NAMI offers NAMI Homefront online! NAMI Homefront is a free, six-session program for family, friends and significant others of military service members and veterans. The class helps families understand what the service member/veteran is experiencing related to trauma,…

NAMI-SCC General Meeting Nov. 2018

November’s General Meeting speaker is Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD at Stanford. She will discuss OCD treatment advances. Standard first-line treatments for OCD may not provide sufficient relief of OCD symptoms for all those seeking care; thus, there is an urgent need for alternative treatments. Dr. Rodriguez will summarize her recent work in novel medication, therapy…

October 9th General Meeting: Mary Barrea, Independent Living Center (SVILC)

October’s General Meeting speaker is Mary Barrea, Housing Coordinator at the Silicon Valley Independent Living Center (SVILC), a disability justice organization that creates fully inclusive communities. SVILC offers a variety of services. Among these are their housing program which assists community members in their search for affordable and accessible housing in Santa Clara County. SVILC offers…

General Meeting, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 – Barbara Loebner and Gary Loebner

September’s General Meeting speakers will be Barbara and Gary Loebner. Barbara, an experienced attorney and Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, will discuss the importance of basic estate plan documents to managing your long-term needs and those of your children. You will learn how planning can avoid probate and how to authorize people you trust to…

2018 MHSA County Programs – NAMI CALIFORNIA

Introduction and Acknowledgements NAMI California is pleased to present our 2018 Mental Health Services Act County Programs: Transforming Mental Health Delivery report. Nearly 14 years ago, Californians voters passed Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). Californians recognized the need to increase funding for community-based mental health services in order to reduce homelessness, incarceration,…