In addition to problems associated with depression, anxiety, fear, self-harm, and chemical abuse, in the United States more than 40 million people are showing symptoms of compulsive... (More...)
Companionship is a way that is open to us all and a foundation for an authentic life together. It is equally as important as a supportive response to those suffering with mental health... (More...)
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), about half of us will experience a diagnosable mental health condition at some point in life. In the extraordinary circumstances... (More...)
This weekend is Valentine’s Day, a feel-good day if you have a significant other and like chocolate. The focus on romantic relationships can be fun. (Many men, however, will admit... (More...)
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The reality is one in four families in our community is dealing with mental health and life struggles circumstances.
The FPCY Mental Health Team has been created... (More...)
Source: Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) Mental Health, Substance Use, and Suicidal Ideation During COVID-19 Pandemic – United States, June 24-30, 2020
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Scripture Lesson: Luke 10:25-37, Ruth 1:1-18.
Reflections by Members of the Mental Health Initiative Team: Companions on the Journey.
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On Sunday, November 15th, the 10am service will be conducted by our Mental Health Initiative team which is co-sponsored by the Deacons and the Mission Commission. This team was formed... (More...)
Ten years ago the Presbyterian Church (USA) started an initiative called “Comfort My People” to encourage congregations to talk more openly about mental health. The Deacons and... (More...)
Traumatic events can make us feel powerless. One way to feel empowered is to help others. Even doing something small can help. Remember, doing good things for others feels good. Another... (More...)
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