• Community EVENTS

    During this pandemic, many organizations, groups, and people in general have found creative ways to bring community together via online events. We hope you see something you'd like to attend and support!

    SHARE! New Peer Support Group for Employees in the Mental Health Field


    This support group will follow a hybrid model. We are starting our first meeting next
    SHARE! and CAMPHRO wants to formally extend an invitation to all California NAMI locations to join us in our peer Specialist Support Group.


    When: January 23rd, 2023 (Every Monday)
    Where: 6666 Green Valley Circle Culver City, CA 90230
    Time: 6:00 PM PST - 7:00 PM PST

     

    Meeting ID: 822 0003 7477

     

    Passcode: sharelove
     

    Zoom Link:
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82200037477?pwd=cmhyMisxVUxnak9nbXV6NXJGdnIvUT09

     

     

    THE ROLE OF PEER SPECIALISTS. 2023 IN PROMOTING HEALTH EQUITY

    5 part Webinar series 

    Click HERE to register

     

    This series is focused on the
    delivery of peer support services
    that are individualized and focused
    on the preferences, values, and
    desires of each individual. These
    sessions explore the role of the
    peer specialist in promoting health
    equity. Join us for this series to
    increase your awareness and
    understanding of structural
    inequities including
    racial trauma.

    CAPS Academy is currently accepting applications

    The Medi-Cal Peer Support Specialist Certification Program is built on the foundation of one of the oldest and best Peer Trainings in California. Our training prepares those who identify as peers, for the State Medi-Cal Peer Support Specialist Certification Exam.

    If you are interesting in applying to CAPS, I invite you to click on the Application link:  CAPS Academy 

    In addition to exam prep, CAPS prepares peers for roles in the public mental health system as employees or volunteers able to support individuals on their road to recovery. CAPS Academy provides an immersive learning experience and offering 2 cohorts: a morning cohort and an evening cohort. Each cohort meets online via Zoom for 2 days a week for 4 hours a day for a total of 84 hours.

    Some details:

    • CAPS Academy provides 84 hours of live instruction via Zoom 
    • Guest Subject Ma
      tter Experts with over 30 years’ combined experience 
    • 1:1 support meeting with the instructors 
    • The option to have a peer partner 
    • Exam prep in the form of quizzes, teach backs and study groups 
    • Classroom and 1:1 instruction on how to register for the exam. 

    Men's mental health group

     

    1-3 PM 2ND & 4TH THURSDAYS OF EVERY MONTH

    Click Here to join 

     

    SHARE YOUR INNER EXPERIENCE – INCLUDING YOUR SITUATIONS, EMOTIONS, CONCERNS, INSECURITIES, ETC. YOU ARE NOT ALONE IN DESIRING AUTHENTIC CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER MEN ON A SIMILAR PATH

     

    +1 323-776-6996 <-- to call in

     

    HEAR FROM DR. KEN DUCKWORTH

    JANIS BLACK WARNER SPEAK SERIES

    namiwla Join us for our December Janis Black Warner Speaker Series with special guest Dr. Ken Duckworth, NAMI Chief Medical Officer and author of NAMI's first book "You Are Not Alone." This is a FREE event and will be in-person on Monday, December 12,  at Beverly Hills City Hall, Room 220, from 7-9 pm PT. Light bites will be served. Become a member, renew your membership, or make a donation to get
    a FREE copy of "You Are Not Alone." 

    Drop In Center

    Monday-Friday - 8am-8pm

    Saturday: 8am-4:30pm 

    Ages 16-24

     

    SHOWER . CLOTHING & LAUNDRY. HYGIENE KITS
    MEALS/SNACKS. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES,
    LINKAGES, CASE MANAGEMENT, HOUSING
    REFERRALS, EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE, PEER
    GROUPS, TAP CARDS, AND MORE...

     

    Contact
    213-282-6618
    5344 Crenshaw Blud,
    Los Angeles, CA 90043

    2022 Anual Conference (NAMI CALIFORNIA)

    Aug 25th & 26th 

    Register for the conference here.

    Register for the hotel here.

    NAMI California is pleased to announce that the 2022 Annual Conference will be in-person at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa on Aug 25 & 26. This year’s theme is “Moving Forward with Hope and Resiliency,” and we are excited to collaborate and connect on the future of mental health in person for the first time in 2 years. The conference will feature workshops, discussions, and leaders sharing their experiences and recommendations about how we can move forward to mental health parity.

    Springs of Hope Grief-Care Center: The Hope Table Talk

    Every Last Monday of the Month

    Springs of Hope Grief-Care Center: The Hope Table is a community service offering, in which virtual meetings are held every last Monday, to support anyone impacted by the death of a loved one and other major life changes. Virtual meetings are held on the last Monday of each month. To register for the monthly meetings, contact (562) 472-2635 or

    hope03@springsofhopegcc.com.

    Let's Be Whole's:

    Weekly "Healthy Food Giveaway"

    FREE healthy food available every week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays until supplies last! Walk-up or drive-up is available and wearing a mask is REQUIRED. If you have a question, contact Nina Womack at info@letsbewhole.com or (877) 594-1292.

    SLASB AAIMM CAT Bi-Monthly Meeting

    (Hybrid) - Virtual & In Person

     

    August 25th

    4:00 PM - 6:00 PM 

    Contact: Adjoa Jones
    AJones@ph.lacounty.gov

     

     

    Project Return: Peer Professional Training & Placement Program

    The "Peer Professional Training & Placement Program" prepares people who are or have been consumers of mental health services for roles in the public mental health system as employees or volunteers to support the recovery of others. Project Return is accepting applications on a continual basis! To learn more about the program and to complete an application, click here.

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