December 31, 2021 ∙ by vmbernard ∙ in Health & Lifestyle, This Month's Issue
Four Ways Adventists Are Supporting Mental Health
- Potomac Conference’s Seabrook (Md.) church offers free counseling. Their professional volunteers provide faith-based, confidential assistance and support to individuals, couples and families facing emotional challenges. Visit seabrooksda.org/get-connected/#growth.
- AlleghenyEastConference’sCapitolHillchurchinWashington,D.C.,has established the CapitolHill Counseling and Resource Center right across the street. This organization offers evidence-based therapy from clinically licensed mental health professionals integrated with a Christian perspective. It also provides resources that include speech therapy, nutrition workshops, healthy eating coaching, life skills coaching and youth empowerment. For more information, visit chcarc.org, or call (202) 812-0261.
- One Team Mental Health, a resource by the Youth and Young Adult Ministries of the North American Division (NAD), is a website designed to educate youth on mental health material such as depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and wellness. For those seeking help, visit oneteammentalhealth.org.
- Register for Restored: NAD Virtual Mental Health Symposium, March 31–April 3, at nadhealth.org/ calendar/#4129.