The moment has come to advocate for mental health at Faith3.
Learn useful skills to better prepare yourself, your organization, and your faith group to be a part of the movement for significant reforms in mental healthcare.
Faith, Hope, Life
The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention established faith, hope, and life to assist all faith groups in being more active in suicide prevention.
These communities are so much more than just places to go on Sunday morning.
While they might be just as important in your life, they can also play a huge role in your health, both physical and mental.
What’s the connection between faith and mental health?
It’s not just about getting together for prayer or Bible study.
Your faith community can help you cope with everyday stress and anxiety, as well as provide support when you’re going through a rough time.
They can even help you find resources that are helpful during tough times, like counseling services or other types of therapy.
They also offer support and advice on how to cope with difficult emotions.
These groups have been around for centuries and have developed rituals, practices, and methods for helping people deal with their struggles.