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.
Are you or someone you know in crisis?
You are not alone! Help is available.
Deacon Tom Lambert
2020 Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is for individuals with at least 10-20 years of documented accomplishments in one of the fields of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders who have had a significant impact on a large number of individuals or organizations.
Rev. Dr. Williard Ashley Sr.
2020 Mental Health Champion Award
The Mental Health Champion Award is for individuals who have made a significant contribution in one of the areas of mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders.
The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute and the H.E. Butt Foundation published Bringing Faith and Mental Health Together: An Inventory of Faith and Mental Health Initiatives in San Antonio and Nationally. Pathways to Promise and its programs were featured as a nationally selected example of best practices!
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.