• September 28, 2021

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NAMI El Paso seeks volunteers to present ‘End the Silence’

Wednesday afternoon, officials with NAMI El Paso announced the extension of their outreach for volunteers to assist in presenting their “End the Silence” program. NAMI El Paso officials share that “Ending the Silence” is a presentation that helps teens, school staff, and families learn about the warning signs of mental health conditions and what steps […]Read More

NAMI El Paso to host Virtual Minority Mental Health Forum

Officials with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of El Paso announced that their 7th Annual Minority Mental Health Awareness Community Forum will be going virtual this year. With support from the Think.Change initiative of the Paso Del Norte Health Foundation, NAMI of El Paso will be hosting the event via Zoom on July […]Read More

El Paso’s largest mental health walk set for this Saturday

The local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMI El Paso, will be hosting their 9th Annual NAMIWalks event on September 21, 2019 at Ascarate Park. “Due to recent events, mental illness has been used as a scapegoat,” NAMI officials shared via a news release. “NAMI El Paso, NAMI Texas, and NAMI National adamantly […]Read More

National Alliance of Mental Illness of El Paso to Hold

The National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) of El Paso will be kicking off its annual mental health walk – NAMIWalks El Paso – via an informational breakfast on July 19th at 8 a.m. The event will be held at Emergence Health Network headquarters, located at 201 East Main Street in El Paso. While NAMIWalks […]Read More

Mental Health Support, Treatment Options Offered by ‘Family-to-Family’ Program

Thanks to a nationally-recognized program, El Paso families and care givers are making connections and learning that support and treatment options do exist to help loved ones with mental health conditions. The program, known as Family-to-Family, teaches concise, empathetic communication with a family member who has a mental health condition. Participants learn how the brain […]Read More

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