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NAMIGlendale offers an array of outreach and speakers programs including,

In Our Own Voice,

Parents and Teachers as Allies,

Breaking the Silence,

Education Night 

NAMIGlendale Education Night 

NAMI Glendale Education Night is a recurring free public program featuring speakers and films on issues of vital importance to the mental illness and wellness community.  This program is on temporary hiatus as we finalize plans to bring it back stronger and better than ever.  Check our "What's New" page to find out about upcoming Education Night programs. 

NAMI In Our Own Voice 

NAMI In Our Own Voice (IOOV) unmasks mental illness, using speaker stories to illustrate the individual realities of living with mental illness. Participants gain a better understanding of what it is like to live with mental illness and stay in recovery. NAMI In Our Own Voice can change attitudes, preconceived notions and stereotypes regarding mental illness. Click here for more information.

NAMI Ending the Silence NAMI Ending the Silence is an in-school presentation about mental health designed for high school students. Students can learn about mental illness directly from family members and individuals living with mental illness themselves.  Click here to learn more.

NAMI Parents & Teachers As Allies
NAMI Parents & Teachers As Allies , a two-hour in-service program, focuses on helping school professionals and families within the school community better understand the early warning signs of mental illnesses in children and adolescents.   It also covers the specific, age-related symptoms of mental illnesses in youth, how best to intervene to link youth with treatment needs to services, the lived experience of youths with mental illnesses and their families, and how schools can best communicate with families about mental health related concerns.  Click here to learn more.

For details on upcoming local presentations; to set up a presentation at your local business, community organization, or school; or to become a NAMI In Our Own Voice presenter; contact NAMI Glendale by email,, or phone, (323) 478-1656,


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