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Clergy Health
Curator Doug Hanner
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Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Programs at Christian Theological Seminary
This organization provides annual sabbatical grants for Christian clergy of up to $50,000, including as much as $15,000 for congregational expenses.
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Mental Health & The Church
Celebrate Recovery, developed by John Baker, Saddleback Minister of Celebrate Recovery, is now a nationwide recovery support curriculum, created after Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren and his wife, Kay, lost their son, Matthew, in 2013 to mental illness.
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Mental Health Grace Alliance
This organization provides support groups, access to affordable recovery care, resources for family members, and other resources for those with mental illnesses.
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Mental Health Ministries
This organization provides resources to help congregations become more caring and supportive of people and families living with mental illness, such as DVDs and downloadable resources.
periodical
Church Health Reader
The quarterly Church Health Reader recognizes the challenge of maintaining spiritual, emotional, physical and social well-being in a world of stress, violence, confusing value systems and social turmoil and offers practical, timely instruction and helpful options.
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What is Health Ministry?
This web resource is a clear and helpful explanation of what health ministry is, why faith communities need to be engaged in health ministry, the value of health ministry to people in faith communities, and how health ministry can work in a congregation.
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Health and Wellness
This website, provided by the Union for Reform Judaism, offers helpful information and resources about a variety of health issues.
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Mental Health First Aid
This practical, skills-based training teaches participants how to address mental health and substance-use issues.
book
Faithful and Fractured: Responding to the Clergy Health Crisis
This book presents the findings of Duke's Clergy Health Initiative, which studied the mental and physical health of United Methodist clergy. The results can be applied to clergy and congregational professionals.
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Church Health Assessment Tool (CHAT)
This survey is designed to be used during times of change, periods of new development, and when a congregation is beginning a strategic planning process.
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