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Reflection: Ministering to Youth With Mental Health Issues

Today’s youth are experiencing an ever-increasing rate and range of mental health problems, according to Jonathon Counts, social-work major at Clark Atlanta University, and the church has an important role to play in providing resources and support for youth who need a caring environment and connection to recovery resources. Learn more about the ways faith communities can promote mental health, and read other reflections from young African American clergy, by accessing the Day to Day page of the African American Lectionary project, an online resource for African American Christianity. Or, download the PDF of "Ministry Beyond Barriers."



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