NAMI Los Angeles County Council will sponsor this two-day Basics Teacher Training set for April 18-19, 2020 at Kaiser Pasadena. The Basics curriculum is designed to enable co-leaders who are not mental health professionals to conduct the classes. It is
Thank you to the City of Beverly Hills Health and Safety Commission for recognizing us for our work in the community today. Executive Director Erin Raftery Ryan; Program Director Tim Davis; and board member Adaline Fagan were on hand to receive
Our March 2020 Janis Black Warner Speaker Series has been booked. Topic: Trauma, PTSD, and Mental Health Speaker: Bruce L. Kagan, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Kagan is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and staff
Our Executive Director, Erin Raftery Ryan, will be participating in special event to de-stigmatize mental illness: “320 Conversations” on March 9, 6:30 to 9 pm, at USC’s Bovard Auditorium.
We have thrilled to be bringing our Ending the Silence mental health awareness program to another Westside LA school district: Malibu! We kicked it off by offering presentations to Mr. Ervin’s 10th grade classes. More coming soon!
Our Program Director, Tim Davis, appeared on the “Dear Family” podcast with his son, Ryder, one of our Ending the Silence presenters, to share their personal stories about being impacted by mental health.
Alicia Keys referred to music as “the most healing thing in the world,” during her hosting stint at this year’s Grammy Awards. We are encouraged to hear more and more artists come forward to address mental health and opening up
Our focus is on serving our Westside community, but it’s great to share our message when we’re on the road. Last week, our Executive Director, Erin Raftery Ryan, spoke on a panel to discuss mental health at the Instant Karma pop-up
Our February Speaker Series: Dave Leon and The Painted Brain: Using the Arts to Change the Discussion About Mental Health Conditions
We want to hear from you! How can we improve our community’s mental health? The Los Angeles Department of Mental Health, in collaboration with the Mental Health Commission, will hold a stakeholder event to educate and inform — and hear