About Us

NAMI San Joaquin County is a grassroots, family and consumer self-help support and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe mental illnesses, i.e., schizophrenia, bipolar disorder (manic depression), clinical depression, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and PTSD.

Office Location                                                          Mailing Address
(Please do not send mail to this address)
             NAMI SJC                                                  
Behavioral Health Services                                         P.O. Box 448        
1212 N. California Street                                            Stockton, CA 95201
2nd Floor of Building Team B/D                                  
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 478-3755
Fax: (209) 982-1494
Email: info@namisanjoaquin.org                             

Office Hours
We strive to have volunteers at the office at these times:
Tuesday: 1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.
Friday: 9:00a.m. - 11:00a.m.

Or by appointment contact:
Email: info@namisanjoaquin.org                                                                                                                                             



  • NAMI San Joaquin switched to a safe, on-line format so we can practice safe distancing while we continue to connect emotionally. In December 2020 alone, over 300 people made use of NAMI SJC online meetings.
  • Through NAMI CONNECTIONS, peers met online to support each other. With a total of six regular meetings a month, support for people dealing with mental health challenges during a time of crisis was never more than a few days away.
  • Twice a month, NAMI FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS allowed family member of people with mental health challenges to provide each other with perspective and empathy.
  • Our NAMI COMMUNITY MEETINGS provided a chance bimonthly for peers, family members, and service providers in the community to come together to share information.
  • Through nine NAMI IN OUR OWN VOICE presentations, those living in recovery spoke to those struggling sharing their stories about overcoming and going on to function happy and healthy in society.
  • Through NAMI BASICS, people with lived experience raising a child with a mental health condition spoke with six parents, caregivers, and professionals who work with children to discuss the impact of mental health conditions on the family, and how to advocate and care for a child with mental health challenges in educational, healthcare and the juvenile justice systems.
  • Through the NAMI PEER TO PEER class, people with mental health challenges helped 14 peers learn more about recovery in an accepting environment.
  • Through the NAMI FAMILY TO FAMILY class, family members of people with mental health challenges provided information, strategies, compassion, and reinforcement for 23 new families who wanted to know more about supporting the people they love.
  • This year NAMI SJC won an award at the state level for our efforts to educate and support high school students faced with the onset of mental health challenges, through NAMI ON CAMPUS clubs at six San Joaquin County high schools.