Mental Health 101

Mental Health 101 is an educational presentation designed to curb stigma associated with mental health, discuss mental health fundamentals, and connect with others around shared lived-experience. The presentation content covers rates of prevalence, contributing factors, warning signs of mental health conditions, coping strategies, suicide, and information on local resources. Additionally, trained volunteer speakers share their stories of living with and managing mental health conditions.

Audience: Community groups and organizations. Our team has presented to the San Francisco Department of Public Health, the Hayward public library, religious organizations, college classes, and other nonprofits.

 

Program Package: Alongside our all-encompassing program in English, we offer a range of community-specific presentations. In English, we offer a program for the Black / African American, Asian-American Pacific Islander, and Latinx communities. We also deliver Mental Health 101 in Spanish and Cantonese.

 

Nuts and bolts: 1 hour, free, virtual, with time for Q+A at the end.

 

If you would like to attend a public presentation (i.e. hosted by NAMI SF) check out our events page for upcoming dates!

To request a presentation, please fill out this request form.. For more information, contact Andrew Tuttle, Director of Education Programming: andrew@namisf.org