We Rise International provides in-person and virtual trainings for diverse faith and community groups on various mental health and addiction/SUD topics. If you are interested in a training or presentation for your congregation or community group, please contact our Executive Director, Janelle Bitikofer - email@example.com
We Rise International's webinars educate and empower those experiencing – or those who support others experiencing – mental health or addiction/SUD challenges through hands-on strategies for individuals, faith & community members, family & loved ones, and health professionals. Recent topics include:
- Surviving Trauma
- Helping Loved Ones with Addiction
- Helping Children and Teens Cope with Trauma
- Postpartum Depression & Psychosis
Visit weriseinternational.thinkific.com or scan the QR code.
Intensive training for church, health and lay leaders to increase the Christian Faith Community's ability to effectively support, assist, empower, and refer individuals and families experiencing mental illnesses and addiction/substance use disorder (SUD).
This 18-hour training is now accessible to church, health and lay leaders across the nation through a video-based, online course.
If you or your group are interested in participating in a future cohort, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Churches Care Program is support by the LMC Legacy Foundation.
We Rise International offers a confidential, survey-based assessment to evaluate your congregation's ability to respond to mental health and addiction needs. Results, presented via a 20+ page report and consultation meeting, provide leadership with how respondents feel the leaders and members are doing in supporting people and addressing stigma; information on congregation strengths and areas for growth; and guidance on ways to help and support individuals and families experiencing mental health and addiction/substance use challenges.
For more information regarding an assessment for your church or community group, please email our Research and Education Coordinator at email@example.com
increasing the capacity of communities to respond to mental illnesses and addictions.