National Alliance on Mental Illness
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Anabaptist Disabilities Network - ADNet supports Anabaptist congregations, families and persons touched by disabilities to nurture inclusive communities.

Chicago Catholic Archdiocese, Commission on Mental Illness and Faith and Fellowship for People with Mental Illness - Provides faith experiences in a way suited to the needs of persons living with mental illness within the context of a small community of believers and offers opportunities for integration into the life and activities of the parish community.

Congregational Mental Health Ministry Resources - Describes 100 +books, DVD’s and links for individual and group study.

Council on Mental Illness of the National Catholic Partnership on Disability (NCPD) - Works collaboratively to ensure meaningful participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of the life of the Church and society.Resources include DVDs, manuals and archived webinars and prayer services.

Interfaith Dialogue on Suicide Prevention - Convened to further the progress of faith communities in preventing suicide. Supported by the Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Lutheran Congregational Accessibility Network - Provides resources to foster the inclusion of persons living with disabilities.

NAMI FaithNet - An outreach of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Mental Health America - The nation’s leading community-based network dedicated to helping all Americans achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives.

Mental Health Grace Alliance - Offers programs that enhance and reinforce professional care and seeks to help the church find a healthy response to the needs of those affected by mental illness.

Mental Health Ministries - Offers DVD’s, booklets, worship resources, bulletin inserts, educational and inspirational materials.

Mennonite Media - Produces faith-based print, video, radio and web materials with ideas for living out your faith—for people everywhere—from a Mennonite perspective.

Mental Illness Education Project - Produces and distributes video-based educational programs and related materials about people whose lives have been touched by mental illness.

Mental Health4Muslims - Aims to bring to light important mental health issues as they relate to the Muslim community.

One Mind Mental Illness Ministry - A network of individuals and communities working together to develop and nurture the faith-based component of healing for those living with mental illness in the MINDS and hearts of all people.

Presbyterian Church Serious Mental Illness Network - Produces Comfort my People, a training manual.

Pathways to Promise - Provides worship resources and training materials.

The Episcopal Mental Illness Network - Provides a compassionate presence within the Episcopal Church for persons with mental illnesses and their families.

United Church of Christ Mental Illness Network - Provides resources for families and others to communicate among themselves and in congregations about their experiences with mental illness.

Unitarian Universalist Mental Health Caucus of EqUUal Access -Works to enable the full engagement of people living with mental illness in Unitarian Universalist communities and the broader society.

Virginia Interfaith Committee on Mental Illness Ministries- Educates clergy and laity toward an awareness and sensitivity within the faith communities about mental illness through programs and resources.