Congregations are invited to join the Fulton County PICH Program’s Interfaith Active Living Initiative and grow a more dynamic Health Ministry, launch or expand walking programs for youths and adults, set healthy living guidelines for all services and events, and fellowship with other Active Living Interfaith groups. For more information contact Wykinia Hamblin, Health Coordinator, Physical Activity, Fulton County Health and Wellness at (404)612-9467 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Clergy members are not immune to depression or suicide. If anything, clergy members are an under-represented population in terms of traditional mental health outreach. How can we support our clergy in a manner that is truly helpful? Essay from Marty Duran on pastors who commit suicide
Read this thoughtful consideration of the hurdles faced by a person with a mental illness preparing for a career practicing law New York Times 8/6/13.
Thinking of Ways to Harm Her - The New York Times -Studies are revealing a more complex view of maternal mental illness.
What Faith Communities Can Teach Psychiatrists About Depression