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UMs spread their ‘healing wings’

Ruth Ann Church talks to Rep. Felicia Brabec

Through courageous witness, 250 United Methodists and friends journeyed to the State Capitol to tell their stories and champion mental health care access for all Michiganders.

Mental health is a faith matter

Resource pack provided by a church

Holland: First UMC is taking bold steps to educate their congregation and make their spaces more inclusive for those challenged by mental illness.

10 ways to support Advocacy Day

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Here are 10 practical things you can do to support Advocacy Day and champion mental health care access, all from home or among friends at church.

Mental health care is a justice matter

Deacon Michelle King shares her story of mental illness and why she commits to fighting for justice so that everyone gets the treatment they need — no matter what.

Register now for Advocacy Day 2024

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Improving access to mental health care is the focus of this year’s Advocacy Day, which will occur on March 13 in Lansing at the State Capitol.

Advocacy Day 2024 to address mental health

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The Michigan Conference announces Advocacy Day 2024, to be held March 13 in Lansing, and the topic is mental health care access.

Be lights of love

Two men talking

The Rev. Dr. Darryl Totty calls us to destigmatize mental illness by maintaining a humble spirit and loving and building others up with support and resources.

The Michigan Conference