FCMH May 18, 2022

Because religion and spirituality often play a vital role in healing, individuals and families experiencing mental health issues often turn to a faith leader for help. Yet faith leaders, staff and outreach volunteers can lack the information and education to be confident as they assist people navigating mental
health challenges.

If your community is ready to build bridges of hope for those living with mental illness, this is a perfect 3-hour training, which features:

– An informative overview of mental wellness
– Guidance for faith communities in promoting wellness and
inclusion for affected individuals and families
– Storytellers sharing their lived experiences at the intersection of
mental health and faith communities
– Small group discussions to promote cultures sensitive to those
with mental health challenges
– A tool kit of community resources

Who should attend?
– Rabbis, imams, clergy, priests, pastors, deacons, elders,
and lay leaders

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