Meetings and mental health

Carol-Ann Hooper writes about mental wellbeing concerns

Mental and emotional distress are widespread. Many, if not all, of us suffer at some point in our lives, and many also seek comfort, support and friendship in spiritual communities.

Last year Quaker Life sent out a survey to all Local Meetings with the aim of exploring how Quaker Meetings cope with mental health issues, what impact they have and what support might be helpful.

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