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Welcome to NAMI of Clallam County

Who We Are

Formed in 1980 as, Peninsula Advocates for the Mentally Ill, the organization joined with the National Alliance on Mental Illness in 1998 and became NAMI of Clallam County. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit steered by a Board of Directors, and consist of over 60 dues-paying members throughout Clallam County

First Annual Celebration of Remembrance and Hope...NAMI remembers those who lost lives to mental illness.

What We Do

At least one in four people is touched by a diagnosable brain disorder. Mental wellness is a significant concern for all of us--families, friends, professionals, and those living with a mental health issue. JOIN US in our efforts to spread accurate information, reduce stigma, advocate for improved services, and help people live a better life today.
You can participate by paying dues or donating to help with outreach, attending or facilitating free support groups or classes, contacting policy makers, pitching in at social events, helping to raise funding, or in a myriad of other ways. Don't wait--Click the Membership tab at the left of your screen and sign up today. We need you!

Join us Thursday, April 17th, 6:30pm at Olympic Medical Center, 939 Caroline St, Port Angeles in the Linkletter Hall (basement) for the showing of a wonderful documentary film titled "My Name is Faith" by Tiffany Junker, one of three producers of the film and the mother of Faith.

Related Files

Around the Campfire
First Remembrance
2013 Christmas Party Entertainment

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