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Amazoncom welcomed and valued building faith communities of support and hope with people with mental illness and their families 9781492126010 ncpd council on mental illness ms dorothy coughlin ms janice l benton booksbuilding faith communities of support and hope with people with mental illness and their families 2 welcomed and valued book team authorsncpd council on mental illness designersyan orellana and bob quinlan editorsjanice benton and dorothy coughlin proof editorsmichelle baum according to the national catholic partnership on disability ncpd one out of every four families struggles with some level of mental illnessthat means w hen your parish gathers nearly everyone there will know someone who has a mental illness of varying severity and length the month of may is mental health month the ncpd offers resources to help individuals and parishes grow their the virtual learning community for faith formation vlcff is a growing initiative to offer adult religious education and faith formation anytime and anywhere via the internet the goal is to support the churchs professional ministry of religious education and faith formation in cyberspace the vlcff is coordinated and sponsored by the institute for pastoral initiatives ipi at the mike rose a member of immaculate conception church in north little rock introduced catholic charities last year to a book called welcomed and valued building faith communities of support and hope with people with mental illness and their families based on personal experience rose

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