If you missed our latest webinar, it is available in our archive: Dr. Kanika A. Turner discussed the opioid crisis and how faith communities can help reduce stigma and save lives.
We’re glad you’re here! This site is intended for you – a faith leader, an interested layperson, or a mental health professional seeking to engage with the faith community.
Your support enables us to continue our work with the faith community raising awareness about mental health, and developing groups that support people living with mental illness, their friends and families.
This is our 30th year of service! In honor of this anniversary, we would love to hear your stories about how Pathways to Promise made a difference in mental health awareness in your faith community.
Are you or someone you know in crisis?
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line: 741-741
There are three steps congregations can take in developing their capacity to support recovery and wellness with individuals and families facing serious mental health issues.
1. Assessing the mental health needs of a congregation
2. Providing a basic understanding of various mental health issues they may encounter
3. Learning how to form: local interfaith mental health training coalitions, clusters of congregations, congregational mental health committees, companionship care teams
Pathways to Promise would like to help you developed or strengthen your mental health ministry. Please click the appointment link to schedule a time to speak with our team.