Mental well-being impacts every person. Mental health, like physical health, exists on a continuum that ranges from well-being, to brief periods of discomfort, to disease. We recognize there are many feelings around mental health and addiction struggles no matter where you are on the continuum. Individuals impacted can feel alone and misunderstood. Families may experience fear and a sense of being overwhelmed. Friends and communities often feel immobilized on how to help.
“I am continually seeing students or adults in my organization struggling with mental health and addiction issues and I do not know what to do.”
“Is God still there? How does He see me while I am going through these struggles?”
“Is there something that I could do for my friend who is having a difficult time to show them I care?”