Easley church to host daylong mental health conference March 30
EASLEY—When it comes to mental illness and mental health, the church can play a big role in helping people.
With that in mind, Bethesda United Methodist Church will host a daylong mental health conference Saturday, March 30.
“There Is No Health Without Mental Health: The Role of the Church in Addressing Mental Illness” begins with registration at 8:30 a.m. and runs from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
The mental health conference aims to accomplish three major objectives: To raise awareness of the role of the church in addressing various forms of mental illness and mental health; to decrease the stigma of mental illness; and to identify community resources for churches, those dealing with mental illness and their caregivers.
Bethesda UMC is located at 516 Piedmont Road, Easley SC 29642.
Cost is $7 and includes lunch.
To register go to: http://anderson.umcsc.org.