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Your Church + Mental Health

Does your church have a resource center or community for mental health?

Here at Flamingo Trauma Recovery, our priority is to make healing affordable and accessible. That's why we use book clubs to help healing-seekers from all over the nation find safe and small healing communities. As a site member, you have exclusive access to join a book club or host one in your community -- this is where your church can come in. Small groups, cell groups, connect groups and tribes are all great ways to build a community around mental health and faith with Flamingo's favorite easy read Heartsick: Connecting the Dots Between Hope, Disappointment, and Healing. With our 10-week discussion guide and journal prompts, you and members of your local assembly can discuss the nuanced challenges with grief, disappointment, faith in Jesus, and hope for the future. If you want to bring this kind of community to your church, click the link below for a quick and easy way to let us know! To find out more about book clubs, click here.

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