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Resources in Mental Health
Campus ministers are called to affirm the whole person, so what is our role as those who minister to students during college years who find themselves struggling with mental health issues? Because most ministers serving in higher education are not licensed therapists, what can a campus minister or other staff person do when confronted with… Read more »
Being a campus minister means you are often a “first responder” when students’ struggles with mental health become overwhelming. We hope this resource helps you feel more confident in what you have to offer when helping your students access the care they need.
Curated links to National 24/7 helplines including Disaster Distress Helpline, Suicide Prevention Helpline, Veterans Crisis Line, Domestic Violence Hotline, ChildHelp Child Abuse Hotline, and Trevor Project Lifeline for LGBTQ+ Young People. JPG version
Practical suggestions for pastors and churches with links to several sources of online training in skills of mental health first aid, suicide prevention, and trauma-informed pastoral care.
Produced by Presbyterian Mental Health Network (PMHN). Single sheet, downloadable. Designed for congregations, clergy, and communities. Coping with emotions of stress, fear and panic, and tips for promoting mental and spiritual well-being in the unfolding context.