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MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

UPCOMING EVENTS

COLLABORATORS

Sanctuary Mental Health
COLLABORATORS
Karen Purvis Institute
Trauma Free World
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TRAUMA CARE

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CULTURE AND RECONCILIATION

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UNDERSTANDING POVERTY

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HEALTHY COLLABORATION

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MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Sanctuary Mental Health Course

Equipping the Church to Support Mental Health and Wellbeing

How can a church become a sanctuary—a place where individuals living with mental health challenges feel safe, supported, and a sense of belonging? The Sanctuary Course was created to inspire and equip communities of faith that are asking this important question. Developed in consultation with mental health professionals, theologians, and people with lived experience, this eight-session study guide explores key mental health topics and examines meaningful ways to offer companionship, support recovery, and promote wellbeing.

The Sanctuary Course is FREE to access for your Church or community.

The Sanctuary course is designed for use as a small group in your preferred setting and at your own pace. The comprehensive resources for the 8-session course are downloadable and include: a coursebook, films, and discussion guides, as well as facilitator and participants guides, an audiobook version of the course, and transcripts of the films.

The Sanctuary Course

The Sanctuary Course for Catholics

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