NAMI San Joaquin County is a grassroots family, client and community member organization, dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental health challenges and the lives of their families and friends.These challenges are known as neurobiological brain disorders, or psychiatric disabilities.

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Want to make a difference? 

NAMI San Joaquin County is seeking individuals who are willing to volunteer.

Interested persons should email info@namisanjoaquin.org


Be the voice of mental illness, help rid the stigma and fear associated with mental illness in our community!

Share your story about:
·  Health insurance coverage
·  Finding a mental health professional
·  Getting help at a hospital
·  Getting help for a student at a school or getting help for a child
·  What happened during a mental health crisis
·  Getting help in jail or prison
·  Getting medication
·  Finding supportive/affordable housing
·  Involving family members in care
What happened? What helped or would have helped?
By sharing your story with NAMI, your experiences help us show elected officials
what policies are needed to support people with mental health conditions and their families. 


CalHope offers resources and information to help people find their way during COVID-19.


(833) 317-HOPE



 Please visit www.namica.org for additional resources and mental health tips. 
Our mission is mental health


We offer an array of peer education and training programs, initiatives and services for individuals, family members, health care providers and the general public. NAMI and volunteer grassroots leaders are committed to education as the pathway to recovery, empowerment and wellness


Our support and public education efforts are focused on educating America about mental illness, offering resources to those in need, and insisting that mental illness become a high national priority. Mental illness affects one in four families. Treatment works, but only half of people living with mental illness receive treatment.


NAMI is recognized as the preeminent voice on Capitol Hill and in state houses across the country for the millions of Americans living with serious mental illness. Our advocates have fought for policy changes that raise the bar on mental illness care and promote treatment and research on par with other illnesses