Assisted Community Treatment – ACT Online

January 25, 2021 @ Noon

NAMI Hawaii, in partnership with MHA of Hawaii, is preparing for the follow up workshop with Treatment Advocacy Center who is helping Hawaii learn more about Assisted Community Treatment (ACT), also known as Assisted Outpatient Treatment in other states.  Brian Stettin, Amy Lukes, and Betsy Johnson will join us once again to answer specific questions you may have after taking the online training.  This Q&A session is only open to those who have taken the course.



1. You must have taken the Assisted Outpatient Treatment Online course, see link below.
Take the course: https://smiadviser.org/about/aot 

2.  You must notify us that you have taken the course and would like to join us for this special Q&A session with Treatment Advocacy Center.                 
Email us at info@namihawaii.org

RECORDING of OVERVIEW with Treatment Advocacy Center:
Access Passcode: **JsC+5c

Please take a couple of minutes to fill out this evaluation form: https://forms.gle/rH6V9LrG7sQWvq1U8

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NAMI Hawaii provides free support, education, information and resources.

If you or a loved one is struggling with a mental health condition, please contact us at info@namihawaii.org or give us a call at 808-591-1297.

Upcoming Events

Jan  16 & 23, 2021
NAMI Family and Friends
Jan 25, 2021
ACT Training Follow Up Workshop
Early 2021
Peer Support Group Facilitator Training
Family to Family Teachers Training
Peer to Peer Teachers Training
March 16. 2021
Members and Friends Meeting
April 2021
NAMI Hawaii State Conference
May 2021
Walk Rally
June 15, 2021
Members and Friends Meeting
Jun 30- July 3, 2021
NAMICon 2021 in person in Washington DC
August 2021
Walk Kick Off
Sept 21, 2021
Members and Friends Meeting
October 9, 2021
NAMIWalks Hawaii 2021
NAMIWalks Big Island 2021
December 11, 2021
Annual Meeting


Dates are subject to change.

Events require registration.  Please contact us for more info, email at info@namihawaii.org or call us at (808)-591-1297.

Welcome to NAMI Hawaii. We Invite YOU to be a Part of Our Community.

We are NAMI Hawaii the state organization of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans living with mental illness and their families. Founded in 1979, NAMI has become the nation’s voice on mental illness. With organizations and affiliates in every state, NAMI effectively provides advocacy, research, support, and education about mental illness.

Established in 1991, NAMI Hawaii State is also dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals and families affected by mental illnesses. Through support, education, advocacy, and awareness we improve the lives of people in Hawaii who live with mental illness. We serve our community by empowering these people to confront the profound injustices brought on by the difficulties they are forced to endure. Along with our supporters and volunteers we work to chart a course to meaningful change in Hawaii and a path to recovery.

NAMI Signature Programs and Support Groups


Visit our Programs & Services page, or contact: info@namihawaii.org for more information

NAMI Programs are for people whose lives have been affected by mental illness. At NAMI Hawaii, you’ll meet families who have struggled with the mental illness of their loved ones or people living in recovery from mental illness.  We come together, in a safe and comfortable setting, to share our struggles, promote hope and build a better tomorrow for our loved ones and for ourselves.  NAMI Hawaii is committed to offering community-focused education, advocacy, and support programs for family caregivers and individuals living in recovery.

We believe treatment works, recovery is possible, there is hope, and you are not alone! Join us and see.