Mental illness can feel isolating and daunting. Peer class skills will help you feel less alone manage challenging situations, strengthen relationships and realize your goals.
NAMI Peer to Peer is a free, 8-week education program for people living with mental health conditions.
Learn skills to help manage symptoms, strengthen relationships and achieve your goals! It is taught entirely by peers that know what it is like to live with a mental health condition.
Classes take place through Zoom on Fridays from 6 to 8pm PT. Our next class starts June 25th.
NAMI San Francisco
helps families and individuals affected by mental health conditions build better lives through education, support, and advocacy.
Your gift allows us to reach over 1,000 students, answer calls from 1,200 people in need, and provide free services to the 200,000 individuals affected by mental illness in our city.
Add your voice to the mental health movement and help us build better lives for the millions of people touched by mental illness.
Join over 180 volunteers who help deliver our programs. 80% of participants go on to become long term volunteers.
Be the first to know about upcoming programs, local advocacy efforts, news, and events.
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.
NAMI SF was the support I needed to get me back on mental and physical track and because of their support, my story no longer controls me, I control it. They helped me to love myself deliberately, thank you NAMI SF!"