Lord & Taylor Charity Days

Lord & Taylor Charity Days

Friday, January 18, 2019 through Monday, January 21, 2019

Shoppers will be able to support mental health at Lord & Tay­lor (L&T) stores nationwide and online. With a donation of $5.00 online or in-store, customers will receive 30% off most items, plus 15% off almost all beauty products. Lord & Taylor at Destiny USA will be participating and the $5.00 donation will come to NAMI Syracuse.

NAMI Syracuse will have informational tables at Lord & Tay­lor, Destiny USA to encourage donations and to educate the pub­lic.

PLEASE support this effort!

NAMI Ending the Silence

NAMI Ending the Silence is an inter­active presentation that helps teens to learn about the warning signs of mental health conditions as well as what steps they should take to find support for themselves or their friends.

It is a 50-minute presentation designed for middle and high school age youth. It is free of cost to schools, youth, and communities and presented by a young adult who experienced a mental health condition during their school years as well as a family member of an individual who experienced mental health challenges in school.

If your school is interested in sched­uling a presentation, please call or email the NAMI Syracuse office.

If you are a young adult or family member and would like to become a NAMI Ending the Silence presenter, a training is scheduled for Monday, January 21, 2019 at the NAMI Syra­cuse office. Please call or email for a registration form and/or more information.


AccessCNY has been asked by the Mayor’s office to host a community input session on what Syracuse should be looking for in a new police chief. The session will be a facilitated dialogue on policing as it relates to individuals with a mental health diagnosis and/or a disability.

All staff, participants, and the community at large are invited to attend this forum to have their voices heard. Please share this invitation broadly with your staff and participants.

The session will be held on Monday, April 30 at the Central New York Community Foundation Ballroom at 431 E Fayette Street in Syracuse. The forum will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.