For those in our midst who deal with persistent mental illness, having a job to go to, an apartment of their own, or a place to go just to hang out means a sense of belonging and a step toward independence. To those who love and care for them, it means knowing that they are not alone.
In May 2015, a Mental Health Task Force was formed at Westmisnter to look at how we, as a community of faith, can best serve those whose lives are impacted by mental illness. The task forces aims to prepare a variety of classes, presentations, resources and discussion groups around this topic.
helps adults in Durham
with severe mental illness stay out of the hospital, succeed at work, advance their education, and reach their goals.