Cedar Park’s Mental Health Action Team exists:
To extend God’s grace by walking alongside persons living with or affected by mental health concerns
We Are All Affected
1 in 5 Canadians experience a mental illness every year 다운로드. Worldwide 1 in 4 families have a mentally ill loved one they are caring for. Mental Illness does not discriminate. All cultures, ethnicities, and socio-economic classes are affected by mental illness 피씨 카톡 다운로드. While casseroles, cards, and companionship are rightfully offered to people struggling with physical illness, the reality is that due to stigma, those suffering from a mental illness often struggle alone 다운로드.
Jesus Walks Alongside
On the road to Emmaus Jesus came alongside two grieving disciples in great mental anguish. Jesus walked with them 다운로드. He listened. Eventually, he spoke words of hope. As a church community, we believe we are called to do the same.
As they talked and discussed these things with each other, Jesus himself came up and walked along with them… Luke 24:15
The Mental Health Action Team seeks to fulfill our vision as we:
- Increase awareness and understanding through sound biblical and pastoral theology
- Source and share resources
- Provide education for the congregation
- Facilitate caring activities by welcoming people with lived experience or affected by mental health concerns, supporting individuals, families, and caregivers with education, information, advocacy and companionship
Below are a number of recommended resources 스페인어 번역 다운로드.
Sermon Series on Mental health
This seven message series explores topics related to mental health such as stigma, prevalence, depression, suicide, bi-polar, addiction, children, families, and how to support loved ones. After the introductory message each sermon includes a person from the congregation sharing their own personal lived experience 다운로드.
Click on the button to the left to find an up-to-date list of local mental health resources for the Delta area 다운로드.
Child & Youth
Free Mental Health Organizations & Resources in South Delta