supporting mental health and wellbeing in every community.
OUR THEOLOGICAL ALIGNMENT
Land acknowledgments are a longstanding Indigenous practice recognizing and honouring the relationship of people to space and place. In Canada, where Sanctuary is headquartered, these statements are increasingly offered in public life to recognize the traditional territory of the Indigenous peoples who called the land home before the arrival of settlers/colonization. Through acknowledging whose land we are on, we remind ourselves of the relationships that need repair and our ongoing commitment to reconciliation. For more information and links to additional resources, visit our Indigenous History Month blog post.
that informed and empathetic conversations about mental health challenges can transform communities of faith.
relationships and supportive communities play a key role in recovery. This perspective gives the opportunity to examine unique ways that the Church can support mental health and wellbeing.
Mental Health Professionals
Pastors and Theologians
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