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MHAS report on housing for people with mental illness in Pasadena

March 14, 2019

We just received this breaking news update from our friends at MHAS (Mental Health Advocacy Services, Inc.) “Our agency, Mental Health Advocacy Services, Inc. (MHAS), which partners with Friends In Deed on the monthly Pasadena legal clinic, received a grant in 2018 from the California State Bar to study the challenges to housing individuals with mental health disabilities in more »

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Serious Mental Illness and Rehospitalization, An Update

January 24, 2019

People with serious mental illness are two-times more likely to be readmitted within 30-days of discharge for a hospitalization for medical or surgical reasons compared to individuals without a mental illness, according to new research published earlier this month. As has been previously reported, people suffering from the most severe psychiatric disorders have significantly higher rates more »

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Survey: your experiences with HIPAA

January 16, 2019

Los Angeles NAMI members, I NEED YOUR HELP providing feedback to the LA county and federal government about how HIPAA regulations are working in the real world and how they can improve them!  Over the years, every one of us has encountered HIPAA — with experiences good, bad, and in between. The US Department of Health & more »

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Joint-Statement Regarding Thousand Oaks Shooting Incident

November 8, 2018

We are deeply saddened by the recent event that took place at a Thousand Oaks dance hall last night in which 12 people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside the establishment. NAMI Ventura County and NAMI California supports all of our communities and are available to help in any way we can with more »

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