Mental Health Support During COVID19: NAMI SF Updates
The increase in novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in San Francisco impacts many people in our community, including those who are affected by mental illness.
Although our physical location is closed for the time being, we are still here for you.
Our support groups and presentations are all now available remotely.
THURSDAYS 6:00 PM
WEDNESDAYS 6:00 PM
SATURDAYS 10:30 AM
PARENTS of TEENS & YOUNG ADULTS
FIRST SUNDAY of
EACH MONTH 4:00 PM
Peer support for individuals living with a mental health condition
Peer support for young adults
(18-30) living with a mental health condition
Support for families of individuals living with a mental health condition
SF Parent Support for parents of teens and young adults (12-24) living with a mental health condition
Cantonese language family support group - FOURTH SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH at 1:00 PM
Peer Support for Adults living with Schizophrenia - 1st & 3rd TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH at 5:30 PM
MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH
At the heart of NAMI San Francisco's mission is the sharing of information and striving to end the stigma associated with
To celebrate Mental Health Month we are offering free, live webinars of our stigma reduction programs.
5/21 12:00 - 1:00
5/28 12:00 - 1:00
Registration is required.
Please click the underlined links above to register.
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NAMI SF has provided me with a group of peers, and friends that relate to my experience. It has allowed me not only to help others in the community, but in the process help me heal. Speaking to students in classrooms about lived experiences has made a dramatic impact on my life.
The biggest reason to get involved is self-discovery and recovery. The more a person gets involved with mental health awareness, the more that person finds out about himself through introspection and volunteer efforts. If you’re looking for a way to improve your mental health, the best thing you can do is get involved with an organization like NAMI SF.
The Mentor on Discharge program helped me with my depression and to get out and socialize. My mentor was a good match for me and I was able to share my experiences with him. Getting out and socializing with my mentor instead of staying in has given me more confidence - I was able to break through my fear and not be afraid to go out.