South Bay Homeless Count

A Point in Time Count of homeless neighbors in the South Bay will occur on Wednesday, January 25, 2017.  The purpose of the count is to assess the scope of homeless in the South Bay.  It is not to engage nor assist at this point but to provide information needed to address the problem.

As many of the homeless are persons with a mental illness, NAMI South Bay is working with the South Bay Coalition to End Homeless to recruit volunteers on this count.

For information on how to volunteer please go to www.theycountwillyou.org.

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Volunteer Opportunities to Help NAMI South Bay

NAMI South Bay Is Working For You And We Could Use a Little Help!

How about volunteering to work 4 hours a month at the Palos Verdes Resale Thrift Store?

Help out with refreshments at the NAMI Speaker meetings?

Be trained to run a NAMI Caring & Sharing support group?

Be trained to teach the NAMI Family to Family or Basic’s education programs?

Be a part of the NAMI South Bay speaker’s bureau and tell your personal story to help end the stigma.

ALSO…
Speakers Needed !!

Can you recommend or suggest speakers for our monthly meetings? We would like to add new candidates to our current Speakers List in an effort to broaden the scope of information and assistance we provide to our membership. We welcome individuals and organizations who can present on topics that have a positive impact on all clients who suffer with mental health issues and their family members/caregivers. Call Paul Stansbury (310) 892-8046

Special Bulletin: NAMI South Bay Partnership with Palos Verdes Resale Thrift Shop

NAMI South Bay is very pleased to announce a partnership with the Palos Verdes Resale Thrift Shop at 2321 Pacific Coast Highway in Lomita. The PV Resale Thrift Shop is an organization of approximately a dozen charitable organizations whose members volunteer time to work in the thrift shop. Based on the number of hours each charitable organization members work in the thrift shop the organization receives a proportionate amount of the surplus created.

The partnership will allow NAMI South Bay to generate funds for needed programs in more parts of the South Bay and has the added benefit of networking with other charitable organizations while providing low cost items to the community. There will be a brief training session for any volunteers. Please contact Paul Stansbury at pstans5@aol.com or 310-892-8046 if you are interested in volunteering to work for a few hours a month.