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MHA Programs and Services
Family Support Specialists, also known as Family Partners, work closely with families who are navigating the education, child welfare, mental health, and juvenile justice systems.
Compeer matches adults living with a mental health diagnosis with compassionate community volunteers who provide one-to-one supportive friendship and mentoring relationships to offset the social isolation and loneliness that can accompany mental illness.
Programs to increase knowledge and awareness surrounding mental health risk factors, signs and symptoms, and ways to assist someone experiencing a mental health crisis.
How spirituality can help with physical and mental wellbeing.
MHA & the NC Community Health Equity Alliance
- Be Empowered to Work Toward Mental Wellness
- How to Navigate the Mental Healthcare System
- Let’s Talk About Mental Health
- Planning Ahead for Mental Health Care
- Valuing Individuals as More Than Their Mental Health Diagnosis
Atrium Health’s Faith Community Health Ministry promotes better health through education, access to healthcare, and encouragement toward wellness and wholeness.
A non-profit organization serving as an independent link to faith-based communities to collaborate and partner with public and private sectors.
The Mental Health and Faith Community Partnership is a collaboration between psychiatrists and clergy aimed at fostering a dialogue between two fields, reducing stigma, and accounting for medical and spiritual dimensions as people seek care.
This guide from the American Psychiatric Association provides information to help faith leaders work with members of their congregations and their families who are facing mental health challenges.
MentalHealth.gov information for faith and community leaders for addressing mental health issues.
Overview of the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (FBCI), a model for how effective partnerships can be created between federal programs and faith-based and community organizations.
Resources to help you establish a hope-filled mental health ministry.
Christ-centered solutions to restore mental health into mental life.
How to create space for faith and mental health in your church or community.
Equips the Church to support mental health and wellbeing.
An interfaith assistance and resource center that provides virtual and in-person support to faith, spiritual and non-spiritual communities
Key Ministry promotes meaningful connection between churches and families of kids with disabilities for the purpose of making disciples of Jesus Christ
A Christ-Centered 12 Step Program.
988 is the new number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, call or text 988 or visit this link to speak with a trained crisis counselor.
Book recommendations covering faith-based mental health topics