THE ROLE OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN MENTAL HEALTH

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THE ROLE OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN MENTAL HEALTH

The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Mental Health

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True Reformer Building 1200 U Street Northwest Washington, DC 20009

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Religion, Spirituality, and Mental Health:

Opportunities and Challenges Supporting Young People of Color

This Steve Fund symposium brings together mental health professionals, religious and spiritual leaders, academics, and youth leaders to explore how religion, spirituality and mental health intersect and how this impacts the support of young people of color in different cultural groups and with different identities. This topic is one of great relevance and resonance but with scant documentation.

As an organization focused on supporting the mental health and emotional well- being of young people of color, we are committed to building and sharing knowledge. This is one of a series of convenings that will examine critically important topics in order to surface opportunities for collaboration, provide learning and inform the work of The Steve Fund going forward.

We are delighted to be meeting in the historic True Reformer Building, in the heart of the famous U St. Corridor in Washington, DC. This civic and cultural landmark was designed for community conversations, conferences, and reform- mission aligned with our symposium.