Looking Ahead to the NAMI California Annual Conference in August

San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront 1800 Old Bayshore HIghway Burlingame, CA 94010

Learn about the latest news, research and breakthroughs in mental health! The 2016 NAMI California Annual Conference in San Francisco (August 26th and 27th) will feature a variety of tracks, inspirational speakers and educational workshops.

Early Bird Registration is Open. Register now for the Conference to take advantage of our early bird pricing! Click here to register for our Early Bird Special.

Group Rates. NAMI California is now offering special group rates for our Annual Conference. For a limited time, groups of four or more registering at the same time will receive the lowest Super Early Bird pricing! Click here to download the group registration form or call the NAMI California office at (916) 567-0163.

Featured Screening. Among many other things, the Conference will feature a screening of Inside Out, Pixar’s highly acclaimed animated comedy adventure. The film, which just won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, is set in the mind of a young girl named Riley, whose emotions — Joy, Fear, Anger, Sadness and Disgust — compete as she adjusts to her new life in San Francisco. Discover this groundbreaking movie that explores mental health issues in a sensitive but entertaining way.

Participate. Interested in participating in the Color Guard, singing the National Anthem or volunteering at the conference? Contact Erik at erik@namica.org. Conference scholarships for adults and young adults ages 18-24 are also available.

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