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We now offer many programs online to educate the community and eradicate the stigma surrounding mental illness. We also offer custom presentations for community groups, workplaces, faith communities and more.

To schedule a presentation, fill out this form, call 503-344-5050 or email

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This presentation works great as a Lunch and Learn for your business or community organization! It's also great for staff meetings, volunteer trainings, and much more. 

Not very familiar with mental health conditions, but want to know more? This presentation is the perfect entry point. Covers myths about mental health and suicide, current statistics regarding mental health, tips and tools for managing mental health, and information about free NAMI Clackamas services. Also available in Spanish. Slide Deck Available.

Questions? Call 503-344-5050 or email​

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Second book club cohort starting soon! Register below to stay up to date.

NAMI Clackamas is excited to announce our NEW Monthly, “Family Book Club” for families and others who have loved ones living with a mental illness. 

We will be covering only a few chapters at a time, so that we will have the opportunity to have good discussions.


Contact us at for more info.



Question, Persuade & Refer is an educational program that teaches community members how to recognize that a person may be experiencing thoughts of suicide and offer first aid until more experienced help is available. Participants will learn about warning signs, risk factors, common myths about suicide and a three step suicide prevention first aid action plan. The training is for everyone aged 18 or over.


Contact us at for more info. 

Students at School


Ending the Silence is a free, evidence-based, 50-minute session designed for middle and high school students. Your students will learn about mental health conditions through a brief presentation, short videos, and personal testimony from a young adult who describes their journey to recovery.

NAMI Ending the Silence presentations include two leaders: one who shares an informative presentation and a young adult with a mental health condition who shares their journey of recovery. Audience members can ask questions and gain understanding of an often-misunderstood topic. Through dialogue, we can help grow the movement to end stigma.

To schedule a presentation, call

503-344-5050 or email

Community Members


Una serie de tres eventos que promueve la salud mental, utilizando conversaciones, videos y narración de historias para eliminar el estigma. Está especialmente pensada para participantes latinx y se lleva a cabo en español.


Para traer Compartiendo Esperanza a su comunidad, llame al 503-344-5050 o email


Si está interesado en participar, por favor, regístrese.



Would you appreciate a deeper understanding of the realities of mental health conditions? Hear direct experiences in this "ultimate empathy builder."

NAMI In Our Own Voice presentations change attitudes, assumptions and ideas about people with mental health conditions. These free, 40-, 60- or 90-minute presentations provide a personal perspective of mental health conditions, as leaders with lived experience talk openly about what it's like to have a mental health condition.

​Questions? Call 503-344-5050 or email​

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