Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

ICMH luncheon: Parenting and technology

Are new technologies (not only social media) making it easier or harder for parents to help their children cope? 


ICMH luncheon — Pet Therapy

Also known as animal-assisted therapy, pet therapy interactions are used to help improve patients' mental, social, emotional, and physical functions. Learn more at the final Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health Luncheon of the spring.


March 9 — ICMH Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Cluster Program

The Cluster meeting's goal is to provide an opportunity for congregational leadership teams to mutually support one another, share ideas, learn together about resources and plan common activities around mental wellness. The Cluster will potentially provide organic opportunities for stakeholders to follow-up on new ideas and potential trainings in a locally relevant manner.


ICMH luncheon — Eating disorders

Most people know that eating disorders are egalitarian: they can afflict anyone, regardless of ethnicity, income, sec, country, or religion. How many know how religion could be linked to eating disorders. Food is essential to most religions, whether it's forbidden or blessed, whether there's feasting or fasting. Attend this Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health luncheon to learn how religious groups are helping those suffer recover 


Narcan training: ICMH Neighborhood Cluster Program for Butler-Tarkington area

Learn how to support your community with resources that are already available, and share resources with your neighbors so they can benefit from them


Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health (ICMH)

The Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health (ICMH) is a partnership between the Center for Interfaith Cooperation and the National Alliance on Mental Illness — Indiana. Its mission is to empower faith leaders to improve the lives of people and families affected by mental health conditions.