What the Access and Inclusive Mission Program [AIM]* is saying to the Church
For educational purposes and advocacy.
*AIM –Access & Inclusive Mission
The focus of AIM is to increase disability awareness and inclusion for those with physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual challenges; encouraging our religious and civic communities to be welcoming
places for all!
Click link for AIM page
A Visit to L’Arche Clinton
Article by Marcia A. Murphy
Visit to L’Arche Clinton Webpage with article
A Visit to L’Arche Clinton PDF for download
Wipf & Stock Publishers, Resource Publications Imprint
Marcia Murphy’s book To Loose the Bonds of Injustice is a must-read for anyone working with the mentally ill. Combining memoir and a scholarly review of history, this book reflects the author’s spiritual and psychological journey in life. Policy analysts, religious leaders, and mental health professionals all can learn to do a better job helping those in need by reading this book.
—Scott Temple, PhD, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
To Loose the Bonds of Injustice
The Plight of the Mentally Ill & What the Church Can Do
by Marcia A. Murphy Order Here
Having Tea With Anne Hutchinson: Justice, Four Centuries Later
An essay/work of creative nonfiction
By Marcia A. Murphy
Mental Illness & Substance Abuse: Resources
According to SAMHSA’s 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), an estimated 43.6 million (18.1%) Americans ages 18 and up experienced some form of mental illness. In the past year, 20.2 million adults (8.4%) had a substance use disorder. Of these, 7.9 million people had both a mental disorder and substance use disorder, also known as co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. *
A helpful website for the importance of spirituality in recovery from co-occurring mental and substance use disorders and information about resources for treatment can be found at: https://www.drugrehab.com/recovery/faith-and-religion-in-recovery/
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