Due to Flooding NAMI Administrative Offices are closed until further notice.
You may reach us through the HelpLine at 503-228-5692. Administrative staff are working remotely.
- Mondays 6:00 – 7:30PM
- June 13th – September 26, 2016
- TaborSpace Dining Room – 5441 SE Belmont
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, and advocacy. We are one of more than 1,100 local affiliates of the National Alliance on Mental Illness — focused directly on helping people in Multnomah County, Oregon.
Looking for support groups or classes?
Click on Calendar to see everything in one place.
Due to facilitator illness, we will temporarily be offering two weekly NAMI Connection Support Groups beginning May 1st, 2016.
Saturdays | 8:30am – 10:00am | Men’s Resource Center, 2318 NE MLK Blvd., Portland OR 97212
Saturdays | 3:30pm – 5:00pm | Providence Building B, 5228 NE Hoyt, Portland OR 97213
If you are interested in becoming a Support Group Facilitator, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Hotline Features ‘Break the Silence’
Aug. 24, 2016, Community Hotline
Join NAMI Multnomah, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Playback Theater Portland for a the 2nd annual evening of interactive community theater. This improvisational night will help break stigma surrounding mental health.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Curious Comedy Theater 5225 NE MLK Blvd
Tickets $15 presale/$20 at the door
Tickets available at breakthestigma2016.com
Congratulations to Yi Apperson whose name was drawn for the “Tranquility” artwork painted by Jennifer Pepin.
Thank you to all who participated by purchasing raffles or attending the Starry Night Reception. We especially give thanks to Jennifer Pepin for the painting and wonderful gallery to host NAMI Multnomah supporters.
All classes offered by NAMI Multnomah are offered free of charge, but preregistration is required. Please call our help line at 503-228-5692 with questions, to register or you can now register online.
Family to Family – For family members and loved ones of adults living with mental illness
What are the levels/roles within the NAMI organization?
There are three levels within the organization.
NAMI National creates the class guidelines and content. They do the research and create evidence-based materials. National advocates for federal legislation that will help the mental health community. Their offices are in Arlington, VA.
NAMI Oregon provides training for the volunteer trainers for all the classes and support groups. They are the host organization for the NAMI Walk held on the third Sunday in May, each year. They also work on state legislation to support the mental health community. Their offices are in SE Portland, Oregon.
NAMI Multnomah offers support groups, educational programs and the helpline. NAMI Multnomah also has a Resource Navigator to help find resources in the community. There are several county affiliates in our area: NAMI Clackamas, NAMI Washington County and NAMI SW Washington. At each level, the organization has their own boards, budgets and are their own 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.
I Have A Mental Health
Let’s normalize the notion that we all have a mental health!
Taking care of our mental health and addressing issues at the earliest signs or symptoms ought to be no more challenging than addressing a physical health concern.
People with Mental Illness Enrich Our Lives
Abraham Lincoln ~ Catherine Zeta Jones ~ John Nash ~ Ernest Hemingway
Lionel Aldridge ~ Carrie Fisher ~ Ludwig van Beethoven ~ Patty Duke
Harrison Ford ~ Kurt Cobain ~ Vincent Van Gogh ~ Winston Churchill ~
Michelangelo ~ Charles Dickens ~ Brandon Marshall ~ Macy Gray ~ Patrick J. Kennedy