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NAMI Information and Resource Table

Representatives from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will be at the Marysville Library.  Drop by to ask questions and learn about resources, programs, and services available for individuals with mental illness, family members, and other caregivers.

NAMI of Snohomish County offers peer-led support programs and classes that are offered by trained volunteers. They work to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness by providing education and support to people living with mental illness and to their families, by advocating for better laws and increased funding for mental health services, and by increasing public awareness and reducing the stigma of mental illness.

Price: $0.00

Date: February 12, 2020

Mukilteo Stands Behind You

“Mukilteo Stands Behind You” event at Rosehill Community Center to promote discussion about mental health within our community and provide resources and information to families on how to help those struggling with mental health. It also serves to facilitate a bond between members of our community so that people feel comfortable reaching out to others for help.  This is a free event and the public is invited.

Members of NAMI Snohomish County will be there to provide information, facilitate  registration for our in-person classes, sign you up for our newsletter, "The Beacon" and more

The evening will include speakers including Sargun Handa, a former MYAC  member, TEDx speaker and author, and Dawn and Tim Krivanek, parents of Nina who died by suicide. Wendy Burchill of the Snohomish Health District will provide a free Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR) training for suicide prevention.

 

Price: $0.00

Date: February 27, 2020

NAMI & Clubhouse Information and Resource Table

Representatives from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)  and Everett Clubhouse will be at the Marysville Library.  Drop by to ask questions and learn about resources, programs, and services available for individuals with mental illness, family members, and other caregivers.

NAMI of Snohomish County offers peer-led support programs and classes that are offered by trained volunteers. They work to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness by providing education and support to people living with mental illness and to their families, by advocating for better laws and increased funding for mental health services, and by increasing public awareness and reducing the stigma of mental illness.

 

Price: $0.00

Date: March 11, 2020

NAMI Family & Friends Mental Health and Spiritual Support Group

NAMI Family and Friends Mental Health and Spiritual Support Group is for individuals who wish to share their life experiences, spirituality, and coping skills in living with a mental illness. This interfaith group is open to caregivers and those living with a mental illness, including family members and loved ones. This group meets on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays of each month from 7pm–8:30pm.

2020 dates

Jan:  7 and 21    Feb:  4 and 8     Mar : 3, 17, and 31     Apr:  7 and 21     May: 5 and 19     Jun:  2, 16 and 30

Jul:  7, 14, and 28      Aug: 4 and 18     Sep:  1, 15 and 29     Oct:  6 and 20     Nov:  3 and 17     Dec:  1, 15 and 29

North Sound Church

404 Bell Street
Edmonds
WA
Map and Directions

 

Price: $0.00

Date: March 31, 2020

NAMIWalks

Hello, friends.

Many of you know NAMI holds walks annually to raise money to support their outreach to persons facing mental health challenges.  In a typical year, we would all gather at the Kirkland Marina and walk side by side.  This year virtual NAMI “Walks Your Way” will be celebrated on September 12th.

For over 40 years,  countless volunteers have generously given their time to attend training, teach classes, lead support groups and provide an information phone line in Snohomish County. During this pandemic, the need for funding has never been greater as everyone's mental health is being challenged in ways we never imagined.

Our fundraising goal is $12,500

We are up to the task to transition all of our services online. In the past we have spread the word of our free services through word of mouth and at community events.  Community gatherings will not be held for a long time.  This necessitates that we provide tech support to our volunteers and form a marketing campaign to reach people.

YOU can help....

  • Be a Fundraiser by joining a team:  A couple of basics sentence sharing your story with a few people is all it takes to be successful
  • Join or donate to our county team: Snohomish Stigma Stompers-Captain, Keith Binkley

On behalf of our Board of Directors, many thanks for standing in solidarity.

Price: $0.00

Date: September 12, 2020

NAMI Washington *Virtual* State Conference 2020

People, Prevention, Progress

Registration for this FREE event opens on September 8th.

Price: $0.00

Date: October 17, 2020

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