Mental Health Ministry Organizations


These organizations can assist you in developing a mental health ministry.


https://www.freshhope.us/

Fresh Hope for Mental Health is an international network of Christian peer-to-peer led support groups for those who have a mental health diagnosis and for their loved ones.

https://fullstrength.org/

Full Strength Network is a nonprofit ministry created to strengthen Christian pastors and their families for their overall well-being.They are a growing national network of caregivers and service providers passionate about helping pastors and their families thrive in ministry life.


https://mentalhealthgracealliance.org/

Mental Health Grace Alliance is a Christian mental health recovery and support organization that provides resources, support groups, and training to pastors and community leaders so they can help those affected by mental illness. They develop Christ-centered, curriculum-based models for family and peer support groups, trauma and PTSD groups, and young adult groups.

www.hope4mentalhealth.com

The Hope for Mental Health Ministry was developed by Rick and Kay Warren at Saddleback Church. This ministry provides the transforming love of Jesus Christ, support, and hope through local churches to people living with mental illness and their families.


http://inmi.us/

The Interfaith Network on Mental Illness offers written and web resources, consultation, free presentations, and guidelines for starting Mental Health Ministries and/or Spiritual Support Groups for Mental Health and Wellness.


https://www.keyministry.org/mentalhealthandthechurch

Key Ministry promotes meaningful connection between churches and families of kids with disabilities for the purpose of making disciples of Jesus Christ.



https://mentalhealthgateway.org/

Mental Health Gateway is a comprehensive, faith-based mental health resource serving the Houston community and beyond.

http://www.mentalhealthministries.net/

Mental Health Ministries is an interfaith web-based ministry which provides educational resources to help erase the stigma of mental illness in faith communities.

https://myquietcave.org/

My Quiet Cave strives to provide people everywhere with a safe space to pursue both mental and spiritual wellness. Their programs are designed to create community, model vulnerability, empower self-care, and embrace each person’s innate value as a beloved child of God.

https://theactionalliance.org/communities/faith-communities

The National Action Alliance For Suicide Prevention provides every faith tradition and denomination with a set of assembled communications and aids in spiritual resources to help prevent suicides in their communities.

https://www.nami.org/Get-Involved/NAMI-FaithNet

NAMI FaithNet is an interfaith resource network of NAMI members, friends, clergy and congregations of all faith traditions who wish to encourage faith communities who are welcoming and supportive of persons and families living with mental illness.


http://www.pathways2promise.org/

Pathways to Promise is an interfaith cooperative committed to creating an atmosphere in the faith and mental health communities which promotes recovery from mental illness and invites people with mental illnesses to enrich the community through actively sharing their gifts and interests.

https://runhardrestwell.org/

Run Hard. Rest Well. introduces restorative wellness to organizations and individuals through transformative seminars and half-day retreats. We help people rediscover simple and strategic commitments that reduce cortisol overload, feed the soul, and fuel joy and vibrancy through preventative care practices, crisis, and recovery.