Individual spirituality, faith communities and religious practices can help or hinder a person’s recovery from mental illnesses and traumatic experiences. Traditionally, mental health systems and systems partners have discouraged discussion about individual spirituality, faith communities and religious practices to the detriment
I’m reading a book recommended by a friend, Jim, bought for me by my wife Kelly. The book is called, “Souls in the Hands of a Tender God: Stories of the Search for Home and Healing on the Streets,” by
This past summer, Executive Director Dr. Jim Zahniser and David Wise of #DaveWiseMatters were featured on the popular website The Mighty. The Mighty focuses on positive stories of mental health recovery, individuals triumphing with physical and developmental disabilities, and overcoming
Rev. Susan Gregg-Schroeder founded Mental Health Ministries in 2001 to address the stigma of mental illness in our faith communities. Print and media resources are available at: mentalhealthministries.net
Based on the findings of the Surgeon General’s report on the magnitude
Deacon Tom Lambert is co-chair and founder of the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago Council on Mental Illness and co-chair and founder of the National Catholic Partnership on Disability’s Mental Illness Council located in Washington D.C. He is author of the
Rev. Barbara F. Meyers of Mission Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation shares hear story of Faith and Mental Health.