When

Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM CST
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St. Paul United Church of Christ

200 N Main St.
Waterloo, IL 62298

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Julie Riechmann
Illinois South Conference of the UCC
618-357-1809
jriechmann@iscucc.org

Healthy & Whole Congregations

Rev. Dr. Sarah Lund, UCC Minister for Disabilities & Mental Health Justice, will be the keynote speaker followed by workshops dealing with specific aspects of disabilities and mental health justice.

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  • Fee

    Type Fee
    $35.00
    No Charge

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  • Do you have a special dietary need?

  • Choose two (2) one-hour workshops.

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Choose one workshop from the first session from 10:40 am - 11:40 am

1 Free

1 A Welcoming All-Justice for People with Mental Health Issues

As the church, all are welcome to God's table. Discuss how your church may be able to ensure equality and welcome to those who suffer from mental health issues and their loved ones. Presented by Rev. Dr. Sarah Lund, UCC Minister for Disabilities and Mental Health Justice.

50 Free

1 B Self-Medication: So What?

Look at ways people cope with their mental health - healthy & unhealthy. Come find out how untreated & undiagnosed mental health issues can be disruptive and how to support someone facing these health concerns. Presented by Yvonne Petito, Hoyleton Youth & Family Services.

50 Free

1 C Mental Health 101 Crash Course

Mental Health is a difficult subject to approach with members of the congregation and with the loved ones of someone faced with mental health issues. Let's define mental health disorders, who they affect, ways to approach the subject, and resources to help. Presented by Anne King Riley, Human Support Services.

50 Free

1 D Let's Pay Back the Sacrifices of Veterans

We owe much to the people who have served our country. Many times, mental health issues and PTSD go unidentified. We will discuss resources and what we can do to help those in need. Presented by Rev. Michael Cassady, Pastor of Murphysboro St. Peter's UCC.

50 Free

1 E How to Help Those Who Can't Remember

Dementia is becoming more prevalent, and caring for a loved one with impaired memory and judgement presents many challenges for the family. Learning facts about the condition and strategies to address problem behaviors can improve quality of life for both the individual with dementia and caretakers. Presented by Nancy Berry, St. John's Community Care.

50 Free

1 F Grief's Effect on Mental Health

Mental Health issues can be magnified when faced with our final days as well as times we suffer from the loss of a loved one. Let's talk about resources to aid during these times. Presented by Rev. Dr. John Allen, Chaplain and CPE Educator at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital

50 Free

1 G Stop the Bleed

The number one cause of preventable death after injury is bleeding. This workshop will teach you how to stop a bleed until professional help can arrive. Presented by Lynne Taylor, Christ UCC & Trained Instructor of Stop the Bleed

50 Free

2 A Welcoming All - Justice for People with Mental Health Issues

As the church, all are welcome to God's table. Discuss how your church may be able to ensure equality and welcome to those who suffer from mental health issues and their loved ones. Presented by Rev. Dr. Sarah Lund, UCC Minister for Disabilities and Mental Health Justice.

50 Free

2 B Self-Medication: So What?

Look at ways people cope with their mental health - healthy & unhealthy. Come find out how untreated & undiagnosed mental health issues can be disruptive and how to support someone facing these health concerns. Presented by Yvonne Petito, Hoyleton Youth & Family Services.

50 Free

2 C Mental Health 101 Crash Course

Mental Health is a difficult subject to approach with members of the congregation and with the loved ones of someone faced with mental health issues. Let's define mental health disorders, who they affect, ways to approach the subject, and resources to help. Presented by Anne King Riley, Human Support Services.

50 Free

2 D Let's Pay Back the Sacrifices of Veterans

We owe much to the people who have served our country. Many times, mental health issues and PTSD go unidentified. We will discuss resources and what we can do to help those in need. Presented by Rev. Michael Cassady, Pastor of Murphysboro St. Peter's UCC.

50 Free

2 E How to Help Those Who Can't Remember

Dementia is becoming more prevalent, and caring for a loved one with impaired memory and judgement presents many challenges for the family. Learning facts about the condition and strategies to address problem behaviors can improve quality of life for both the individual with dementia and caretakers. Presented by Nancy Berry, St. John's Community Care.

50 Free

2 F Grief's Effect on Mental Health

Mental Health issues can be magnified when faced with our final days as well as times we suffer from the loss of a loved one. Let's talk about resources to aid during these times. Presented by Rev. Dr. John Allen, Chaplain and CPE Educator at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital

50 Free

2 G Stop the Bleed

The number one cause of preventable death after injury is bleeding. This workshop will teach you how to stop a bleed until professional help can arrive. Presented by Lynne Taylor, Christ UCC & Trained Instructor of Stop the Bleed

50 Free
$9,999.99

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  • Please make check payable to:
    Illinois South Conference
    1312 Broadway
    Highland, IL 62249

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