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1 ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING DOROTHY HENDRICKSON PRESIDENT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2 FY 2013/2014 OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS Hosted First Annual Bebe Moore Campbell Minority Mental Health Awareness Legislative Breakfast. Sponsored Assembly Resolution to recognize July as Bebe Moore Campbell Minority Mental Health Month Joined Directing Change Program as lead agency for Stigma & Discrimination Reduction category Secured additional CalMHSA funding for next fiscal year-approximately $600,000.

3 FY 2013/2014 OVERVIEW OF ACHIEVEMENTS Released 2013/2014 MHSA Funded County Program Report Held second annual NAMI Bikes event in Davis, CA Received Program Leadership Award from NAMI National for Provider Education Ran NAMI CA Public Service Announcements (PSA) and advertised on public transportation throughout, San Francisco, Bay Area, Orange and Los Angeles Counties. Renewed grants that continue state-wide trainings for Family, Peer and Advocacy programs

4 NAMI CALIFORNIA STRATEGIC PLAN Seven Key Priorities 1.Identify diverse funding sources 2.Define NAMI CA’s role in relationship to NAMI and local Affiliates 3.Capacity building to attract/retain members and develop new leaders 4.Increase visibility 5.Increase awareness/acceptance of mental illnesses 6.Embrace/promote diversity and inclusion 7.Define NAMI CA’s role/opportunities in Health Care Reform

5 NAMI CALIFORNIA STRATEGIC PLAN ACHIEVEMENTS Convened Affiliate Development Workgroup to identify affiliate needs and define NAMI CA role. Hosted first annual Multicultural Symposium (July 2014). Hired Development Director and created three year Development Plan Participated at a significant level with the Office of State Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) to develop new Five Year WET Funding Plan. Played an extensive role in the development of the Senate Mental Health Caucus. Partnered with Marketing/PR firm to update NAMI CA print collateral

6 FY 2013/2014 MHSA FUNDED COUNTY PROGRAM REPORT

7 FY – NAMI CA PROGRAMS DOROTHY HENDRICKSON PRESIDENT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

8 NAMI CALIFORNIA PROGRAMS NUMBER OF AFFILIATES RECEIVING TRAININGS

9 NAMI CALIFORNIA PROGRAMS NAMI Signature Education Courses* NAMI Basics Family-to- Family Peer-to-PeerTotal Classes Graduates 1571, ,427 State-Funded Trainings New Teachers/Mentors 2776*93196 Training of Trainers 0101 New State Trainers 0180 *Waiting on final training report for confirmed total

10 NAMI CALIFORNIA PROGRAMS NAMI Signature Support Groups* Family Support GroupConnectionTotal Support Groups Participants 5,3813,8929,273 State-Funded Trainings 426 New Facilitators Training of Trainers 000 New State Trainers 000

11 NAMI CALIFORNIA PROGRAMS NAMI Signature Stigma Reduction Presentations In Our Own Voice Parents & Teachers as Allies Ending the Silence Provider Education Total Presentations 1, ,688 Participants 20,2661,71813, ,777 Presenter Trainings New Presenters Trainer Trainings New State Trainers 00000

12 FY – LEGISLATION FRANCES TIBBITS SECRETARY, BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIR, LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE

13 LEGISLATION Total Bills Reviewed /Followed: 55 Support: 31 Oppose: 2 Watched: 5

14 FY 2013/2014 LEGISLATION HIGHLIGHTS NAMI California provided testimony in support of our priority bills and budget items at over 20 legislative committee hearings, and submitted letters of support on more than 30 bills. Members of NAMI California’s Capitol Coalition provided testimony at five(5) legislative committee hearings In support of the Mental Health Parity Enforcement Budget Act, NAMI California generated numerous letters from constituents and generated over 100 calls to members of the Budget Committee NAMI California gave strong support to three priority pieces of legislation and one Budget Act:  Mental Health Parity Enforcement Budget Act (Senator Beall)  SB 1054 (Steinberg)—Mentally Ill Offender Crime Reduction Grants  SB 1046 (Beall)—Disabilities: Mental Health: Insurance Penalties  SB 833 (Liu)—Inmate Release

15 FY FINANCIAL AUDIT RATAN BHAVNANI TREASURER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIR, PLANNING COMMITTEE

16 FY 2012/2013 AUDIT Unqualified “Clean” Audit No management letter concerns

17 JUNE 30, 2013 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION Total Assets: $1,638,713 Total Liabilities: $499,651 Total Net Assets $2,138,364 and Liabilities:

18 FY Revenues

19 FY Expenses

20 2014 YEAR TO DATE Cash Position Stable FY Projected Revenues: $2,297,755

21 FY 2013/2014 ANNUAL REPORT

22 WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER! Special Thanks to our members, donors, and business partners, for their ongoing support! NAMI CA Board of Directors


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