The NAMI Interfaith Collaborative funded by Tri-City MHSA presents:
THE MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGE:
WHAT EVERY FAITH COMMUNITY CAN DO
A Conference providing tools to faith leaders (clergy and laity) for relating and working effectively with individuals and families impacted by mental illness.
Dr. Marvin Southard (Wednesday evening), Professor of Practice and CEO of the Cohen Veterans Clinic and USC; former Executive Director, LA County Department of Mental Health.
Dr. Monica Coleman, Professor of Constructive Theology and African-American Religions, Director of Center for Process and Faith, Author: “Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman’s Journey through Faith and Depression.”
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursday, November 10, 2016
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Lunch served)
Building Resiliency to Trauma
Introduction to Cultural Competency
Responding to Borderline Personality Disorder
Principles of Reflection
Outreach Among the Homeless Mentally Ill
Temple Beth Israel
3033 North Towne Ave.
Please check the following link for more information, cost and registration
We still have time to raise WALK funds! We have until the end of November. Keep it up!!!!!!
Welcome to NAMI Pomona Valley
The Pomona Valley affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI PV) is a nonprofit California corporation dedicated to improving the quality of life for people affected by mental illness and their loved ones through support, education, and advocacy.
Our volunteers, staff and community partners know that recovery from mental illness is possible and we offer many resources to support that end. Our services are free of charge and include:
- A confidential information and referral helpline to help you navigate the path to recovery for yourself or loved one. You are not alone, call (909)399-0305.
- Classes providing in-depth information about all aspects of mental illness including treatment, recovery and advocacy.
- Support groups for people living with mental illness; support groups for the loved ones of a person living with mental illness.
- Community outreach to increase awareness, improve services and dispel myths and stigma surrounding mental illness.
- Resources to help faith communities, schools and other organizations respond more effectively to mental illness.
- In-depth online information about the major mental illnesses.
- A monthly general meeting on the first Tuesday of each month featuring various speakers lending of their expertise on recovery, services, advocacy and other topics related to mental illness.
For detailed information on our services, please click on the Resources tab in the upper left corner navigation menu and select from the options; or call us at our information and referral helpline, (909) 399-0305.