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journaling saves lives®

mental health resource center

House of Love Ministries along with our Mental Health branch of our Ministry, Journaling Saves Lives® are devoted to empowering individuals to take a more proactive approach to their Mental & Emotional Health and well-being. And to provide relevant and applicable resources that assists individuals with and promote coping, recovering and preventative measures as well.

therapy / counseling

We believe that having faith in God and receiving life help from a certified Therapist or Counselor do not conflict. It's actually the wise thing to do to promote full healing & wholeness. If you or someone you know/love need the help of a mental health professional, please direct them to this link. Time is of the essence!

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mental health conditions - library

Education is a big part of eliminating stigmas and stereotypes surrounding Mental Health & Mental Illness. Please visit Nami's website that provides dynamic educational resources; be sure to share this information with family, friends, loved ones and strangers.

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journaling saves lives®

This mental health ministry branch at House of Love Ministries is devoted to mental health education & competency training. And serving as a liaison to individuals and families who need help. Connect with our social media community page.

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mental health videos...

mental health & the church - nicky cameron

Certified Holistic Trauma Therapist, Nicky Cameron discusses ways to lessen the gap standing between the world of Mental Health & The Church!


Bridging the gap between mental health and the church - matt johnson

Pastor Matt Johnson, Mental Health First Aid Educator and Founder of Journaling Saves Lives, discusses the taboo topic of bridging the gap between mental health & the church.

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Empowering minority men's mental health

Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Carmella Hill along with Lauren White, LPC & Matt Johnson, MHFA discusses the stigmas, stereotypes and problems in the arena of Minority Men's Mental Health.


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mental health recognition dates...

national mental health month (may)

Since 1949, Mental Health America and our affiliates across the country have led the observance of May is Mental Health Month by reaching millions of people through the media, local events and screenings.

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national "minority" mental health month (july)

July was first declared as National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in 2008. Since then, July has been a time to acknowledge and explore issues concerning mental health, substance use disorders, and minority communities, and to destigmatize mental illness and enhance public awareness of mental illness among affected minority groups across the U.S.


world mental health day (october)

World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.

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health & wellness...

Wellness Toolbox for mental health

The first step in developing your own Wellness Recovery Action Plan, is to develop a Wellness Toolbox. This is a listing of things you have done in the past, or could do, to help yourself stay well, and things you could do to help yourself feel better when you are not doing well.

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The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

You already know that exercise is good for your body. But did you know it’s also effective in dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, and more?

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eating well for mental health

You’ve probably heard the expression, “you are what you eat,” but what exactly does that mean? Put simply, food is fuel, and the kinds of foods and drinks you consume determine the types of nutrients in your system and impact how well your mind and body are able to function.

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"A Ministry With A Mission For Mental Health"