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NAMI Washington is honored as the recipient of the 2019 Outstanding NAMI State Organization Award

May 7, 2019

The Outstanding NAMI State Organization Award recognizes exceptional efforts by a NAMI State Organization to carry out the NAMI mission as defined by the NAMI Standards of Excellence. “NAMI Washington has demonstrated exception leadership. At the conclusion of reaffiliation, NAMI Washington’s efforts led to the endorsement for 19 Affiliates of the State of Washington. As more »

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Focus Group Participants Needed

April 9, 2019

  The University of Washington First Episode Psychosis (UW FEP) team is developing a new program for families with a child or loved one who has experienced first episode psychosis and previous hospitalization.  The UW team is engaging families in several communities throughout Washington via focus groups and online surveys to determine what they most more »

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2019 NAMI Lobby Day Summary

2019 NAMI Lobby Day Summary Advocacy is a cornerstone of NAMI activities. The annual Lobby Day in Olympia provides  grassroots support for NAMI Washington’s 2019 legislative agenda. The agenda focuses on  a few of the hundreds of mental health bills and budgets under consideration. NAMI’s four  2019 priority asks are: 1. Teach Children Critical Mental more »

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NAMI WA Provider Education Training – Rescheduled!

March 29, 2019

We have had to reschedule our NAMI Signature Education Program –  Provider Education This training will now take place in Yakima during the weekend of September 21 and 22, 2019. Applications will be due Friday, August 30th and can be found on the NAMI WA website, or by clicking here.  **No need to resubmit an application if more »

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NAMI’s The Brain Power Chronicles: Mental Health Stories is Looking for Cast Members!

March 8, 2019

Everyone has a story to tell. In 2017 NAMI Washington held their first-ever storytelling event –The Brain Power Chronicles: Mental Health Stories – an evening that featured individuals and families sharing their experiences with mental illness – powerful narratives at the intersection of mental health and the arts, demonstrating journeys of challenge, hope and healing. Perhaps more »

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