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In The News: NAMI Mt. San Jacinto

January 22, 2019

Please join us for a fun-filled evening! We will have a Taco Bar and entertainment. Join us and learn more about NAMI and the resources in your community.

Link to sign up:  https://msjfiesta19.eventbrite.com

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    In a letter citing a ProPublica and Frontline investigation, the National Alliance on Mental Illness has asked a U.S. district judge to ensure that people who have moved out of adult homes and into their own apartments have what they need to do so safely.

    Jan. 14, 5 a.m. EST

    Abraham Clemente in his former Brooklyn apartment, before he moved back into an adult home in 2018. Clemente struggled to live on his own after spending Read More
    By Jessica Maharaj | Dec. 03, 2018

    The “most wonderful time of the year” can quickly turn into the most stressful time of the year for many. When compounded by a mental illness, common holiday pressures can create a perfect storm of exacerbated stressors, symptoms and setbacks if not proactively addressed.

    The reality is that potential hazards exist at every turn during the holidays. These situations can trigger heightened difficulties for people suffering from depression, anxiety, PTSD Read More

    NAMI Mt San Jacinto is having their 37th Annual Christmas party which will be on Dec 12th at the Salvation Army in Hemet. If you are interested in attending please RSVP to:  https://namichristmas2018.eventbrite.com

     

    You’re Invited!

    37th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY

    Wednesday December 12th 2018

    11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

    Hemet Salvation Army

    340 S Palm Ave

    Hemet, CA 92543

    Please R.S.V.P.

    https://namichristmas2018.eventbrite.com

     

    RSVP by December 7th 2018 or call 951-765-1850

     

    This party is for Mid- County Riverside County residents who receive services for Behavioral Health

     

     

     

     

     

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    The Guardian

    In too many places mental health support services are non-existent and those with treatable conditions are criminalized. Bold action is long overdue

     “Instead of treating those facing mental health conditions with the compassion we would offer to someone with a physical injury or illness, we ostracize, blame and condemn.” Photograph: Aurumarcus/Getty Images

    By the time you finish reading this, at least six people will Read More

    10/3/2018

    NAMI is encouraged that Congress passed the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, a bipartisan bill to address the nation’s opioid crisis. This bill contains a mix of law enforcement and public health measures that make critical investments towards tackling the opioid epidemic in America.

    We are particularly pleased and applaud Congress for including the following provisions:

    Medication-assisted treatment (MAT), an evidence-based intervention for those with opioid use disorders; Increased access to telehealth services for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use conditions; Requiring Read More
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