National Alliance on Mental Illness, (NAMI) Multnomah County

Organization mission statement:

NAMI serves to improve the quality of life for individuals and families living with mental illness through support, education, and advocacy. NAMI Multnomah helps educate people in the Portland metro area about mental health issues. We hold regular educational events, weekly support groups, and quarterly classes. They are in need of a chapter-specific logo and brand guide based on the national brand guidelines.

Project description: 

Logo, Brand Guidelines

Current website:

Twitter: namimultnomah

NAMI Multnomah serves individuals and families living with mental illness who otherwise may feel isolated and alone in their journey to recovery. We respect and honor intersectionality, understanding that individuals living with disabilities, communities of color, and/or LBGTQ communities may need mental health services and support that is relevant to their lived experiences.We hold classes in Spanish that engage family members and peers. We actively vet resources that reach these communities that can be safe and supportive. We will tirelessly advocate for equity for people of color.

Our new Visible project timelines span 12 weeks, so that you know your time commitment from the start. 

// Q1 PROJECTS START ON January 7TH, AND END ON March 24th.//