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.

NAMI Tri-Valley General Meeting
April 6, 2015
Danielle Schlosser, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry - UCSF
and Director of the Digital Research
Intervention Enhancement (DRIVE) Laboratory

Livermore Public Library,
1188 So. Livermore Ave., Community Room B, Livermore

NAMI Tri-Valley is most pleased to present Danielle Schlosser, Ph.D. Dr. Schlosser's research is on harnessing digital health strategies and the latest behavioral neuroscience of motivation to improve the lives of young people living with schizophrenia.

Dr. Schlosser is currently conducting researchon a newly designed mobile app called, PRIME (Personalized, Real-time Intervention for Motivational Enhancement).The focus of PRIME is on harnessing the intact desire young people with schizophrenia have to improve their lives by giving them the necessary support and reinforcement to be successful. Dr. Schlosser will also summarize other research studies being conducted in the Department of Psychiatry at UCSF.

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Join us for the Third Annual Golf Tournament to be held on
Friday, September 25, 2015.

NAMI Tri-Valley, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit all volunteer organization,
is an affiliate of NAMI California and NAMI National
Updated 2015

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?

The Helping Families
In Mental Health
Crisis Act
(H.R. 3717)

9 Ways That Humor Heals

Take Care of the Caregiver