Please click the picture above or click here for a guide about building faith communities of support and hope with people with mental illness and their families. Produced by the National Catholic Partnership on Disability.
Please click the picture above or click here for a guide produced by the American Pyschiatric Association (APA), which provides information to help faith leaders work with members of their congregations and their families who are facing mental health challenges.
National Alliance on Mentail Illness (NAMI) Multnomah resources
NAMI Multnomah offers a variety of classes and programs for peers and family members. For more information about the schedule and description of classes, please click here.
NAMI Multnomah offers a variety of support groups. For more information about the schedule and description of these support groups, please click here.
Guidelines on language
The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance has recently created ten principles of compassionate language to work against the stigma that often surrounds mental health. You may find these here.