Alzheimer’s Talks Teleconference July 14

NOBLE trial evaluation of drug for mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's to be topic

Monthly series produced by USAgainstAlzheimer's raises awareness about issues, unites advocates with researchers or policy leaders. read more »

June 29, 2015

Raise dementia awareness Sept. 21

Clergy asked to challenge stigma on World Alzheimer’s Day

Goal to promote dignity, compassionate care, quality of life for those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease. read more »

September 12, 2014

Depression, suicide should not be taboo subjects

Comedian’s death opens doors to difficult conversations

Robin Williams’ death should be impetus for churches to talk openly about mental health, become aware of resources to help. read more »

by Eric Alsgaard
on August 25, 2014

‘Robin Williams’ death once could have been mine’

A personal reflection about depression

‘Ministry of presence’ seems like perfect calling for church of Jesus Christ, United Methodist communicator says. read more »

by Cynthia Astle
on August 15, 2014

‘Recognizing & Responding to Persons with Mental Illness’

April 24 at Silver Spring( Md.) Civic Center

Montgomery County Police providing free training with coordinator of crisis intervention team. read more »

April 22, 2014

New Social Principles bulletin inserts

'Information Technology,' 'Media Violence,' 'Sexual Orientation,' 'Tobacco' added

Free resource downloadable from General Board of Church & Society website offers 36 Social Principles. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor, Faith in Action
on January 15, 2014

‘Creating Hope,’ Jan. 15, Chicago

Power of faith communities in mental health recovery

Event to present ways faith groups, mental-health professionals can work together to educate about mental illness. read more »

December 19, 2013

We should formally measure our Social Principles

Measuring our progress on our denomination’s 72 aspirational Social Principles is powerful, effective management. But are we doing that? The United Methodist Building is on Capitol Hill next to the U.S. Supreme Court and across the street from the Capitol. How many people know that the Americans with... read more »

Posted by David Weaver on December 15, 2013

Mental health: Activity benefits aging

Aging well, maintaining brain fitness hot topics

May is Mental Health Awareness Month read more »

by Barbara Bruce
on May 28, 2013

‘West 47th St.’

Award-winning documentary airs on PBS May 19

The fight for recovery, independence of 4 people with mental illness offers model for community discussion during Mental Health Awareness Month. read more »

May 15, 2013

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