NAMI California Advocacy News of the Week

A Year in Review: Mental Health at the State Capitol

2015 was a busy year for mental health policy in California. NAMI California was active in Sacramento, ensuring that the family and consumer voice was heard. Most notably, California will now have a statewide minimum standard for law enforcement training related to mental illness. NAMI California is grateful to all of its affiliates and members for their tireless advocacy in their communities and at the Capitol! Click here for NAMI California’legislative recap.

NAMI California is going to Humboldt

Wednesday, October 28
9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Community Wellness Center
908 7th St.
Eureka, CA 95501

Join NAMI California and NAMI Humboldt for a NAMI SMARTS advocacy training and meeting with local county behavioral health department officials on Wednesday, October 28 — a great opportunity to sharpen your advocacy skills and share your experiences with your behavioral health department. RSVP to advocacy@namica.org.

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