Black, Hispanic children, youth rarely get help for mental health problems
Minorities’ psychiatric, behavioral problems often result in school punishment or incarceration, but rarely mental health care, according to nationwide study
Black children and young adults are about half as
Pathways to Promise is excited to have board member Rev. Barbara F. Meyers present at our bi-monthly leadership forum Engage, Learn, and Network Leadership Forum call on October 11th starting with the webinar from 10:30 – 11:00 am CT.
Rev. Meyers will be
Is there a need to consider diversity and inclusion strategies in the faith community? Diversity and inclusion has increasingly become a focal point for businesses, educational institutions and service organizations. It represents the various combinations of human difference, e.g., learning
As the number of churches providing a mental health focused ministry grows, one gap becomes more evident: the lack of attention given to addressing suicide. Yet, the rate of suicide in this country continues to edge upward, especially among
Different people in my life know different parts of me. My younger nieces and nephews know me for the Silly Cindy stories I tell. My English as a Second Language students know me as their teacher and their friend. The
In Part 1 of this blog on Mental Health and Gun Violence, we sought to dispel some misunderstandings you might have about the conflation of mental illness and gun violence.
When I hear or read about mental health and gun violence, I can become defensive. And here is why.
We know that in a survey, 60% of Americans thought that people with schizophrenia were likely to act violently
Dear Pathways Supporter,
On behalf of the Interfaith Mental Health Coalition and Pathways to Promise, organizations that connect faith leaders with mental health resources both locally and nationally, we would like to invite you to sponsor at one or both of
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