Orange County Chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness – New Client
Posted on January 18, 2016
We are pleased to announce NAMI – Orange County Chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness as a new client. Our initial services will include a live, two-hour (AB1825 & AB2053 compliant) Sexual Harassment and Bully Prevention Training class for their supervising staff and volunteers. Steve Pitman, the chapter president, understands the benefits of providing staff training even if not required by regulation.
The mission of NAMI Orange County is to provide emotional support, education and resources for families, and those affected by mental illness. In collaboration with the entire community, we advocate for a life of quality and dignity, one without discrimination, for all those persons affected by this illness.
NAMI Orange County a volunteer based non-profit organization, is the leading self-help organization in the County for families and friends of those suffering from serious mental disorders. Founded in 1980, NAMI Orange County offers family support groups, advocates for legislation, supports research efforts and works to educate the public to reduce stigma. NAMI Orange County, affiliated with NAMI California and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), receives its funding from its membership and from the community and provides services free to the public.