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For Essex Mind and Spirit the report’s production and recommendations will help to ensure the promotion and progression of EMS’ vision for a sustained, constructive and valued cooperation between faith/belief groups, service users and those statutory bodie

Faith and Mental Health

Research commissioned by Essex Mind and Spirit, chaired by Chelmsford Cathedral’s Vice-Dean Ivor Moody, has highlighted the positive contribution that faith communities can make to mental ill health management and recovery.

In the foreword to the research report he writes:

For Essex Mind and Spirit the report’s production and recommendations will help to ensure the promotion and progression of EMS’ vision for a sustained, constructive and valued cooperation between faith/belief groups, service users and those statutory bodies who provide mental health services in Essex.
 

Download the report.

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For more information please contact Revd Canon Ivor Moody
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