In times of crisis, spirituality, faith, and religion can serve as powerful coping tools that help to reduce stress, promote community engagement and inclusion, and support overall wellness. The New England MHTTC has been engaged in a series of activities exploring the various ways personal and collective connections with spiritual, faith, and religious resources supported the mental health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Access the online resources we have compiled for those looking to express their faith, foster a sense of connectedness, or re-frame the tragedy and collective trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic, or any other crisis, through a hopeful lens.
Spirituality, Faith, and Religion: Creating a Time and Space for Connection, Wellness, and Hope
September 17, 2021