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Mental Health Ministries | Congregational Accessibility Network

Mental Health Ministries

PathwaysPathways to Promise: Ministry and Mental Illness
An interfaith technical assistance and resource center which offers liturgical and educational materials, program models, and networking information to promote a caring ministry with people with mental illness and their families.

Mental Health Ministries
mhm_headerAn interdenominational ministry dedicated to educating church leaders to decrease the stigma associated with mental illnesses in faith communities. Resources for faith communities to assist inclusion and support of persons with mental illnesses and their families into the life of the community.  Mental Illness and Families of Faith: How Congregations Can Respond, a free 54-page resource/study guide for clergy and communities of faith.

NAMI FaithNetFaithNet NAMI is a partnership of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and the Faithnet grassroots network.  FaithNet NAMI recognizes the importance of spirituality in the recovery process. Interfaith Network of Boulder County is a local FaithNet affiliate offering additional resources.

INMI: Interfaith Network on Mental Illness
NMI is an interfaith organization whose mission is to increase awareness and understanding of mental illness among in faith communities and help those communities develop and nurture supportive environments for persons dealing with mental illnesses along with their families and friends. Among their educational efforts is the Caring Clergy Project: Resources on Mental Illness for Faith Community Leaders.

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