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35th Annual Christmas Dinner Dec 1st 2016

Was a great success- we had over 200 people served at the event.

 

Thank you for the support at the event.

 

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In The News: NAMI Mt. San Jacinto

December 5, 2016

Monday Dec 5th is our Monthly Education meeting. We usually meet on the 4th Monday of the month but in Nov and Dec we combine the 2 months meetings and will have the education meeting on the First Monday of the month. We hope you can attend as we have a talk about Holiday Stress and how to cope with it. monthly-meeting-december-2016

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    September 2016 is also known as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month which helps promote resources and awareness around the issues of suicide prevention, how you can help others and how to talk about suicide without increasing the risk of harm.

    Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or background. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people and is often the result of mental health conditions that effect people when they are most vulnerable. Suicidal thoughts and Read More

    From left: Dr. Mehmet Oz, Paul Dalio and Spike Lee Courtesy of ‘The Dr. Oz Show’

    He’s set to host the Voice Awards, which will honor Spike Lee and director Paul Dalio, among others, on Wednesday.

    Dr. Mehmet Oz of The Dr. Oz Show thinks it’s time for the entertainment industry to start accurately portraying mental illnesses and substance abuse.

    As a result of his work to raise awareness to mental health in general, Oz was asked to Read More

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     Each Mind Matters, it is for me, just the acknowledgement that everybody is deserving of mental health. Margaret

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     “Things happen and sometimes we don’t understand it, but ultimately, if we have hope and remember that we are all here for a reason and purpose, recovery is real and possible.” Scarlett

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    Today, Directing Change held the fourth annual award ceremony at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, Calif. to honor statewide winners of its youth film contest.

    Winners were selected in three separate categories: Mental Health Matters, Suicide Prevention and Through the Lens of Culture. The winners of the High School Mental Health Matters category were presented by Director/Screenwriter Gren Wells. Actor LaKeith Stanfield presented the winners for the High School Suicide Prevention category and Native American activist Michelle Enfield presented the Through the Lens of Read More

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