• Become a Mental Health Community Ambassador

    The Black Immigrant Youth Empowerment Project is recruiting African-American, African, and/or Afro-Latinx community youth between the ages of 17-25 to help reduce the social stigma of mental illness and increase exposure of mental health within the African Ethnic communities

    NAMIWalkS Los Angeles County on Sat, October 6, 2018

    If you're ready to stomp out STIGMA and walk for mental health, join us as we raise awareness & funds for our mental health programs and support services. Donate. Walk. Support.

    Support NAMI Urban Los Angeles... Make a Donation!

    Thank you for supporting our community, individuals, and families affected by mental illness.

    Join Our NAMI Volunteer Community

    Please fill out our "Volunteer Registration Form" to participate in our next orientation & training!

    NEW FAMILY-TO-FAMILY CLASS STARTed Tuesday, October 9, 2018

    A free 12-week course for families, caregivers, and friends of individuals with mental illness.

    New Family-to-Family Express Class StartED Sat, OCTOBER 13, 2018

    A free 6-week course for families, caregivers, and friends of individuals with mental illness.

    Faulty Assumptions Linking Mental Illness To Violence Is The Wrong Approach

    Article by Ronald Honberg, J.D., a Senior Policy Adviser at NAMI & Opinion Contributor for the online news website, The Hill.

    Transition Age Youth (TAY)

    NAMI Urban LA offers goal planning, supported education, supported employment, health and wellness classes, peer mentoring and social activities for Transition Age Youth (TAY).

  • Event Calendar

    Upcoming community events, classes, trainings, conferences, updates, and announcements!

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