August 3, 2020 | Daily Herald, The (Everett, WA) | Keith Binkley and Jim Bloss
It is with some sadness that we read The Herald article related to the fear that our local behavioral health care system isn’t ready for the onslaught of cases to come (“Mental health providers brace for forecasted spike in demand,” The Herald, July 5).
Our sadness is two-fold: one, we agree that past budget cuts have crippled our behavioral health care infrastructure and that the situation could get even worse with the forecasted reduced government revenues due to the virus;more » Read More
A variety of online services are being offered by NAMI all across the state so that you can stay connected. Online Support Groups via Zoom are just a click away, offering a wide range of dates and time, seven days a week!
NAMI Basics On Demand is a 6-session education program for parents, caregivers and other family who provide care for youth (ages 22 and younger) who are experiencing mental health symptoms.more » Read More