NAMI Northwest's Largest Mental Health Event

NAMI Washington County always provides free services such as support groups and 1:1 peer support for our community members. Regardless of whether or not we are in a pandemic, mental health is always important because it affects how we feel emotionally and physically all of the time. If we can continue to provide mental health and other resources that people need, then we as an organization can do our part in ensuring the health and wellbeing of our community.

Funds raised from our NAMIWalk will be allocated towards investing in providing more support groups, 1:1 peer support, training focused on NAMI-signature programs (ex: Ending the Silence) for volunteers, doing outreach to youth at our local school districts, providing educational presentations based off of evidence-based programming, and much more!



Thank you for your interest in our biggest event of the year. 

On this page, we have included some frequently asked questions to make it easier to sign up for a team, become a team captain, or donate to our affiliate. This year, Our Community Outreach Coordinator, ( will be assisting with coordinating our walk for NAMI of Washington County and can be reached via email at any time if you have questions. 

​How do I sign up to create a walk team?
Please Register Here and select NAMI of Washington County when you see the “select affiliate” drop-down menu as you are creating your walk team.

How do I join your affiliate team? 
Please click here to register yourself as a member of our team!
*P.S. → Our team name is the “Walkie Talkies” 

How can I just donate money if I don’t want to join as a member of your affiliate team? 
It’s super easy! Click here and select the “Support Us” button to donate. ​

How do I ensure that the donations go specifically to NAMI of Washington County? 
Be sure to select “NAMI of Washington County” as your affiliate whatever way you chip in:
Join our team as a virtual member to raise your own funds. 
Send any of our teams a donation!
Register your own team to expand our fundraising capacity.

Is the walk virtual or in-person? 
Yes, the walk is virtual. NAMI Oregon will be hosting a live, interactive program and opportunities to share how you’re spending the day! NAMI Oregon event.

What will the funds be used for? 
Every one of our groups, presentations, training, events, and classes are offered free of charge to our community members. The main reason we are able to provide free programs is through support from our networks and donors and fundraising events such as the NAMIWalk. 

What is a National Day of Hope? 
It’s a day when many of our NAMIWalks sites hold their event simultaneously across the United States to make a unified statement that you are not alone and mental health matters.  This day is on Saturday, May 22nd, 2021, and holds a special memory for participants and a stepping stone to helping more people with mental health needs. ​

Will there be a virtual kickoff event? 
Yes, there will be an event (hosted by NAMI Oregon) taking place on Facebook Live, and you do not need a Facebook account to participate.
This event can be found below as well as our affiliate's live event that will be live on YouTube following NAMI Oregon's NAMIWalks event. 

We will be accepting donations online and via snail mail until Friday, July 16. Please mail checks with a note indicating which team or walker you are supporting to NAMIWalks Northwest, 4701 SE 24th Ave., Suite E, Portland, OR, 97202. Thanks so much for your support!  

To donate to NAMI Washington County's team, The Walkie Talkies, click here to be taken to our team's page or you can use the donate button on our website anytime to donate directly to NAMI Washington County.



This is where you can find NAMI Washington County Events and Community Partner Events

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NAMI Washington County 
Outdoor Event
July 23rd at 4:30 PM

Tualatin Hills Nature Park

15655 SW Millikan Way 

Beaverton OR 97006

For any questions you might have about this event

please email 

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NAMI Veteran Peer-to-Peer Class

A free class focused on mental health, wellness, and recovery for Veterans and Military Service Members experiencing a mental health condition. This course is taught by trained NAMI leaders who are also Veterans. 

Dates: August 17th - September 28th

Schedule: Tuesdays, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: Online via Zoom

To register, call the NAMI Multnomah HelpLine at 503-228-5692 or email

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NAMI Multnomah
Virtual Ending the Silence Presentation
on Youth Mental Health

FREE presentation about YOUTH mental health that

  • ​Information about warning signs

  • Facts and statistics

  • Steps to early intervention

  • Tips on how to reach out and respond

  • AND first-hand experience from a young adult who

       lives with a mental health condition

Download the flyer here

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Tektronix Building 38 parking lot.

SW Terman Rd and Zworkykin Ave., Beaverton, OR

Virginia Garcia vaccine clinics

Virginia Garcia Large Scale Covid-19 Mobile Vaccination Event at Tektronix in Beaverton
☆Friday, June 18 – Friday, July 2
Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday: 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday & Tuesday: CLOSED

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NAMI Washington County 
Outdoor Event
June 3rd at 12 pm

Tualatin Hills Nature Park
15655 SW Millikan Way 
Beaverton OR 97006

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NAMIWalks NAMI Washington County
Live YouTube Event
May 22nd, 2021 at 2 pm Pacific

YouTube Channel;
NAMI Washington County OR

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NAMIWalks NAMI Oregon
Facebook Live Event
May 22nd, 2021 at 11 am Pacific



Last May, we had our biggest fundraising event of the year-NAMIWalks Your Way NW on May 30th, 2020.

**Collectively (as an affiliate), we raised $13,500 as of July 27th, 2020.

We would like to thank all of our supporters, allies, donors, community members, and volunteers for making it possible to provide our services to the community in Washington County.