Support Group Session

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Support Groups a Training for Caregivers

As a caregiver, you are an essential helpmate for your loved one, but the job is not always easy.  Caregivers need care too.

This group is designed to offer more education on mental illness, how to be an effective caregiver, and offer wellness care and support as you care for your loved one through his/her journey to mental health wellness

Faith-Based and Community Education and Training

Training Opportunities Includes:

  • Mental Health Illness and its impact on the African-American Community

  • Suicide Prevention Strategies including QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) for adults

  • W.R.A.P Recovery (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)

  • Suicide Prevention Awareness for youth. parents, and college students, and more....

  • Substance Use Prevention  and more...

Mental Health Resources

“Help is available,” advises Dawn Brown, director of information and engagement services at the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). “Whether you’re feeling unsafe or a situation begins to escalate into a crisis, reaching out for help is important.”

A Bibicial Look

What does the Bible say about Mental Health?  Is Mental Health Biblical?  I'm I still a Christian because I have a mental illness?  Can I be healed of a mental health disorder.  Why doesn't my church understand?....and more


We hope to help you find the answers you need.  Mental illness is in tthroughout the Bible, but so is Hope, and Healing.  Our section on A Bibicial Look will cover various topics each month, from different authors, and laypersons. But they willl all be stories of Hope and Healing.    



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Are you are experiencing a crisis?  
Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741.