Welcome to NAMI Tri-Valley

NAMI Tri-Valley, established in 2005, provides resources and support for families and their loved ones diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illnesses.

NAMI Tri-Valley, in collaboration with other community agencies and organizations, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those whose lives are affected by mental illness, by providing support, resource information, education programs, and advocacy.

Our 2nd Year Swing for Charity Golf Tournament was a tremendous success!
NAMI Tri-Valley thanks all our donors, supporters and volunteers that made this event possible.

NAMI Tri-Valley General Meeting
October 6, 2014
Criminal Justice Mental Health
Presented by
Yvonne Jones, LCSW

Yvonne Jones, LCSW is the new director of Criminal Justice Mental Health Services/Conditional Release Program. She has been working in the Criminal Justice system for over 26 years primarily in mental health. She started as a clinician in mental health at Santa Rita Jail in 1994 and worked there providing clinical assessments, intakes and crisis intervention until 2001. At that time she moved to the Conditional Release Program as a case manager, working closely with Millie Swafford the former director of CJMH, and in 2004 became the CONREP program supervisor. In November of 2013 she was appointed as the director of CJMH/CONREP.

She is the Director of the Criminal Justice Mental Health Service/Conditional Release Program and the Court mental health programs, (Court Advocacy Program and Behavioral Health Court). Prior to her work in Alameda County she worked in the County Jail in Santa Clara County in Substance Recovery/Re-Entry programs. She has many years of providing direct services to the mentally ill in correctional facilities, working closely with the court systems and the State Hospitals.

NAMI Tri-Valley, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit all volunteer organization,
is an affiliate of NAMI California and NAMI National
Updated 2014

Calendar of Events

Parent Resource &
Support Grou

Support Groups

August 9, 2014
Presentations in PDF

Path To Suicide Prevention

The Factors In Suicide Prevention

How Do I Speak With Someone Who is Feeling Suicidal?

City of Livermore Urban Camping Ban: Municipal Code 12.65

To View Dr. Woolley's Presentation, please access "Research"

June 2014:
I Tri-Valley Board votes to support the
The Helping Families
In Mental Health
Crisis Act
(H.R. 3717)