Come Find Your Heart in San Francisco

Whether you left your heart in San Francisco or you’ve never visited this beautiful city by the bay, make plans now to join us for the 2015 NAMI National Convention. You won’t want to miss the outstanding program offerings: Top-notch researchers and clinicians providing information and tools to advance and sustain recovery from mental illness…

Mood Disorders Education Day

Mood Disorders Education Day will take place on Sat., August 29, 2015 at Stanford University. This is an excellent opportunity for community members to hear from experts in the field of mental health. Please look for details about time and place in our next newsletter and/or go to www.bipolar.org.

Diana Guido on KMTV15

Ms. Diana Guido discusses mental illness and what we can do to help. This program was aired on KMTV15 Community Media. KMVT 15 a a community media center. They provide hands on training, equipment and a resource to you to express your voice over many platforms, television, the web, social media. We reach a worldwide…

General Meeting – Engaging With Psychosis: Beyond the Status Quo – Speaker:

Engaging With Psychosis: Beyond the Status Quo – Speaker: Nev Jones, PhD Dr. Jones will discuss:  Her personal experiences as well as “myths versus research” regarding psychosis, emphasizing the emerging international consensus on the variability and heterogeneity of psychotic symptoms as they play out across etiology (causes), phenomenology, course and treatment response. She will make a case…

JW on Mental Health Disorders

We were recently visited by Jehovah’s Witness and they left behind a sort of comic book looking publication featuring Mental Heath Disorders. I was not expecting what I found when I started reading it. It was thorough, clear, balanced and very informative. It even referenced NAMI a couple times. I decided to visit their website…

Get to Know NAMI FaithNet

Faith communities can be an incredible source of strength and support for individuals and families dealing with a mental illness diagnosis, so NAMI has developed an intentional outreach designed to give faith leaders more information about mental illness and about programs offered by NAMI, its affiliates, and other agencies. We’ve had two luncheons so far, with over 40…