Bridges of Hope -- A Mental Health Training for Faith Communities
Faith Affiliation (if any, not required)
Hospitality Review (please check all that apply)
We have signs and symbols that welcome persons who are emotionally fragile or cognitively impaired.
Our ushers and greeters are trained to assist a person who may be struggling with their mental health
We have a “companion,” someone from the congregation designated to reach out to and engage persons with special needs during worship times or other gatherings of the faith community
We have a plan and people in place to respond to individuals or families who may need help with a mental health issue
Our building and our life as a community open and encouraging of people in need
There are multiple opportunities during the week, both large and small, that welcome the person who is seeking healing and recovery
We are proactive in building relationships.
What is something you believe that could be worked on in terms of mental health and faith?
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