Multifaith Day of LearningTeen & Young Adult Mental Health
Resources for attendees or anyone looking to explore the unique role the faith community can play in addressing the youth mental health crisis.
Selected List of Resources
National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) FaithNet offers links to faith-based resources: Mental Health Ministries, Interfaith Network on Mental Illness, Pathways to Promise, and more.
The American Psychological Association’s Faith Community Partnership
General Local Resources
National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) San Mateo database
Burlingame High School list of local support agencies
For teens: http://www.bhs.schoolloop.com/teensupportservices
For parents: http://www.bhs.schoolloop.com/parentsupportservices
Faith-Based Local Resources
The Bay Area Jewish Healing Center offers a mental illness outreach program, with a resource page that includes a packet of support materials for clergy.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services: Counseling and Assistance Programs
The Muslims and Mental Health Lab at Stanford studies “mental health as it relates to the Islamic faith and Muslim populations.” Includes a list of practitioner partner organizations in the community.
Christian Counseling Centers has offices throughout the Bay Area.
The Mormon Mental Health Association offers a list of local clinicians.
Catholic Charities SF Behavioral Health Services
We are not yet aware of local programs serving observers of Buddhism, Hinduism, or other faiths and denominations. Please feel free to share with us at email@example.com. This list is informational, and does not constitute an endorsement of any of these organizations or resources.
Presentation Slides for Download
Video from the Day of Learning