NAMI Clackamas is a grassroots organization that depends on our volunteers and members to keep going! There are so many ways to get involved.
NAMI Clackamas volunteers represent the organization at events, help out in the office, teach classes, facilitate support groups, and do so many other things! No matter what your background, we have a a volunteer position that will work for you. Please fill out our online volunteer application form to get started.
Contact Sheri the Volunteer Coordinator at or call
If you are dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental illness and their family members, join National Alliance on Mental Illness of Clackamas County today. Join online or print and return the NAMI Clackamas membership form.
From lobbying your legislator to writing a letter to the editor to registering to vote, there are so many ways to advocate for mental health. If you are ready to become an advocate, contact Sheri at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll let you know what issues you can take action on now.
In 2020, we had thousands of participants joins us for a virtual walk “their way”: walking, hiking, spending time with family, etc. The events of 2020 have shown us that more than ever, our community is in need of NAMI’s services. This year, we will again come together to make a statement that mental health matters, that no one should be embarrassed to ask for help, and that recovery is possible. Funds raised through our online walk event help support NAMI programs and services, which are offered at no cost to participants. Click here for more details about the 2021 NAMIWalk.
NAMI Clackamas Vehicle Donation Program is operated by Volunteers of America Oregon (VOAOR). VOAR receives donated vehicles: cars, motorcycles, trucks, boats, motor homes, travel trailers, and aircraft to sell on thier virtual lot or at auction. Vehicles are picked up free of charge and inspected to determine how to maximize the value of each donation. The process is simple, hassle-free and convenient.