FAITH AND MENTAL HEALTH: Responding to a Mental Health Crisis
Join us for s special 2-day seminar for clergy, staff, chaplains, and lay leaders to better understand mental health related needs and be prepared to respond in times of crisis. Come one day, or join us for both!
April 25-26, 2017
East Side Christian Church
1438 S. Indianapolis Ave., Tulsa 74112
Day 1: APRIL 25th
The Intersection of Faith and Mental Health
A Pastor’s Personal Journey w/ Mental Illness
Moral and Soul Injury
Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Veterans and Military Families
Responding to a Mental Health Crisis/Accessing Services
Suicide Prevention Training – QPR (Question, Persuade and Refer – The Mental Health Version of CPR)
Plus Hear From and Network with Community Resources
Day 2: APRIL 26th
Learn to be a Mental Health First Aider!
Mental Health First Aid teaches participants a five-step action plan to support someone developing signs and symptoms of a mental illness or experiencing an emotional crisis. Learn how to offer initial help and connect people to the appropriate professional, peer, social and self-help care. The program also teaches common risk factors and warning signs of specific illnesses like anxiety, depression, substance use, bipolar disorder, eating disorders and schizophrenia.
This interfaith event is sponsored by Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry and Mental Health Association Oklahoma, and hosted by East Side Christian Church.
A donation of $10/day is greatly appreciated to help cover the cost of lunch.
Additional information coming soon, including complete agenda, and featured speakers/resources.
For more information about Faith and Mental Health: Responding to a Mental Health Crisis, please call 918.382.2411.