Faith Connections on Mental Illness has an interfaith approach in helping all faiths educate, advocate, support, and include those with mental illness and loved ones of those with mental illness.
Who People of all faiths: mental health professionals, any individual interested in learning more, mental health consumer, community leaders, lay person, or clergy.
What Monthly meeting and special events.
Where St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Chapel Hill, NC
Why Given that 1 in 4 adults suffer from mental illness, this group strives to educate and support the mass of people that are directly and indirectly impacted by mental illness. This group helps people connect their faith to advocacy and the support for the marginalized.
When The Third Friday of every month between 1pm-2:30pm
How Each meeting has an educational topic lead by professionals and a space to connect and engage with others that are passionate about mental health and the well-being of all people.Download Faith Connections on Mental Illness