Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

Jarrid Wilson’s legacy of hope for mental health

On September 6th, megachurch pastor Jarrid Wilson ended his life. Wilson and his wife Juli had set up Anthem of Hope, a nonprofit to help Christians (and others) struggling with depression. His fellow clergy members continue to wrestle with what this means.


“Voices of Resilience: Immigrant Stories”

Nov. 20th — Americorps member Elsa Kunz is hosted at Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors. She files this report on an event about immigrants and the challrngrd thry face.


Last chance to RSVP for “Voices of Resilience: Stories of Immigration”

Nov. 20th — What a great dinner and discussion the Interfaith Mental Health Coalition has put together. RSVP now so you can get some of the tasty Yats food.


Who you’ll meet at “Voices of Resilience: Stories of Immigration”

Nov. 20th — You'll meet Harlon and Enrique, members of our community, are facing the real threat of deportation, even though they are married.


Learn first-hand — What is childhood trauma?

Learn about the neurobiology of trauma, adverse childhood experiences' (ACEs) effects on health, and other factors that contribute to the mental health of a young person.


Prison Ministries & Mental Health

A Muslim, a Christian, and a Buddhist shared their experiences addressing mental health problems of prisoners during and after incarceration


Community Building: Resiliency Across Sectors

June 19th — How effective are prison ministries at addressing mental health problems of prisoners during and after their incarceration?


“For prison inmates, health care comes slowly and unpredictably”

Here are a few more resources to get a head start on the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health's discussion of prison ministries and mental wellness.


Thrive Weekend of Faith for Mental Health

Thrive Weekend of Faith has grown into a nation-wide initiative. The theme is mental health. Learn how your congregation can participate the weekend Thursday May 16 to Sunday May 19.


What to expect at “How to support a support group”?

Next Wednesday's luncheon is going to be INCREDIBLE. Seven panelists of diverse faiths will present about how they support support groups and mental health initiatives in their communities. Register today!


What to expect at “How to support a support group”?

Next Wednesday's luncheon is going to be INCREDIBLE. Seven panelists of diverse faiths will present about how they support support groups and mental health initiatives in their communities. Register today!


Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health luncheon and more

February 20th ICMH hosted its second monthly luncheon, part of the series about How and When to Refer: Mental Health Crises.


Next ICMH luncheon — How and When to Refer: Mental Health Crises

The Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health presents our second event of the Spring 2019 Series: How Faith Communities Become Resources.


4 reasons you should attend “Flourish:

Join the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health and Coalition for Our Immigrant Neighbors for some winter treats and a celebratory event. Why attend?


Video of “Depression in Congregations” discussion

[stextbox caption=”The next ICMH luncheon — Mental Health and the Justice System: Mental Health Courts” float=”true” align=”right” width=”300″]Wednesday May 16, 12:00-1:30 pm Krannert Hall, Indiana Interchurch Center 1100 W. 42nd St. Indianapolis [/stextbox] The Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health (ICMH)


3 reasons to attend the discussion of Gender-Based Sexual Harassment and Assault

Join the Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health (ICMH) for an important conversation on this community-wide problem of gender-based violence and how faith communities can contribute to the solution.