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NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is the nations largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental health conditions. NAMI Hawaii State is dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals and families affected by mental health conditions, through support, education, advocacy, and awareness.  We serve our community by empowering people to confront the profound injustices brought by mental illnesses.  

NAMI Hawaii State provides free support, information and resources if you or a loved one is struggling with a mental health condition. Please contact NAMI Hawaii at info@namihawaii.org or (808) 591-1297.

FREE ONLINE PROGRAMS
FREE Online Programs require registration. Once you register, before the start of the meeting or webinar, you will receive an email with a link to connect to Zoom.   If you have a smart phone or tablet, it is very simple to log in with just a few taps.  You will not need to download any app. 

IF YOU DO NOT GET AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER OR LET US KNOW ASAP.  Once the meeting starts, we may not be able to help you log in.

Tel. 591-1297 (Phone lines are open M-F: 9am to 1pm)

Email: info@namihawaii.org



Life Interrupted Series
 
THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1 TO 2 P.M.
 
HONOLULU Magazine, in partnership with the NAMI Hawaii, is proud to present Life Interrupted, a free, five-week virtual series on mental wellness to sharing tools that help us navigate these challenges. In these virtual talk-story sessions, our panel will:
 
- answer crowd-sourced questions from attendees
- offer expert advice
- share tips, coping strategies and more


Life Interrupted: Youth

THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1 TO 2 P.M.

Within a matter of days, COVID-19 shattered the routines of our children, from preschoolers to college students. What will the immediate and lasting impacts be on their mental wellness? How do we best talk about what is going on in a way that helps us understand, being cautious but not too fearful? What are the early warning signs we should look for in our children? How do we help them as they miss their friends, their teachers, school, activities and as they miss out on many once-in-a-lifetime moments?

To RSVP to this event, go herehttp://www.honolulumagazine.com/Honolulu-Magazine/May-2020/Life-Interrupted-A-Free-Virtual-Series-on-Mental-Wellness/


 

  
STRESSED? JOIN OUR US ONLINE at our
NAMI CONNECTION RECOVERY SUPPORT GROUP for those in recovery
1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at noon
REGISTER for June 3, 2020:  https://connectionhijune3.eventbrite.com


NAMI Family Support Groups - NAMI Massachusetts  
FOR CAREGIVERS OF LOVED ONES with mental health conditions
Please contact us for more information:
Email: info@namihawaii.org or Call 808-591-1297 


FOR PEOPLE IN RECOVERY & CAREGIVERS who have a shared faith
2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month
Please contact us for more information:
CONTACT: info@namihawaii.org or Call 808-591-1297  


TALK STORY ONLINE WORKSHOP: Next Webinar in Early June
CONTACT: info@namihawaii.org or Call 808-591-1297 



OTHER EVENTS in 2020
POSTPONED:

March 30, 2020               NAMI Hawaii State Conference partnering w/ 
MHA of HI
                                        Assisted Community Treatment w/ Treatment Advocacy Ctr
 
TENTATIVE:
SPRING 2020                 ON-LINE Workshop
SUMMER 2020               NAMIWalks Rally
SUMMER 2020               NEW Family to Family Teachers Training
July 15-18, 2020             NAMI National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia
August 2020                    NAMIWalks Kick Off
Sept. 15, 2020                NAMI Members and Friends Meeting, Temple Emanu-El
October 10, 2020            NAMIWalks Hawaii  & NAMIWalks Big Is. 
December 12, 2020        Annual Celebration Breakfast
 
 
DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.  Most events require registration.  Please contact us for more information, email at info@namihawaii.org or call us at   (808) 591-1297. Go to http://www.namihawaii.org/calendar for updated dates and times.