Congregations

How can Episcopal congregations work with EHF to improve health in your community?

We need to engage communities to take charge of their health. EHF advances this work through our partnerships with more than 150 Episcopal congregations. Those congregations have a long, deep history of commitment to making their communities healthy places to live, work and pray.  EHF helps congregations organize and focus their efforts to have the greatest impact on their communities’ health. Our work strives to help congregations go beyond church walls and into the community.

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Upcoming Learning Opportunities

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January - December 2017 | Various Locations
The Episcopal Health Foundation continues to support and provide opportunities for congregations to develop leadership skills, build relationships with communities, and improve community health through ministry and outreach programs. In order to ensure everyone has the opportunity to participate, we can also provide financial support to help cover the costs of attending, if needed.

Mental Health First Aid Trainings

January - December 2017 | Various Locations
Mental Health First Aid is an eight-hour course designed to equip people to help someone who is developing a mental health need or experiencing a crisis. It is an evidence-based program that has been shown to build mental health literacy, and help people with no clinical training better understand and respond to signs of mental illness and effectively refer people to professional help.

One Human Race Training

February - October 2017 | Various Locations in Austin, TX
One Human Race Training The One Human Race Initiative is a ministry of the Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE), Myra McDaniel chapter based in Austin. Utilizing the PBS series Race: The Power of an Illusion, the UBE chapter offers a three-part series of workshops designed to provide a safe, open, and productive framework for learning and sharing about racism as expressed through institutions and systems and how it impacts individuals.

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