Shoreline parish event focuses on mental health

SHORELINE - Aislin Percival was 9 when she became trapped on a terrifying emotional roller coaster. For the next 10 years, Percival’s confused mind carried her to increasingly manic highs and increasingly depressing lows.

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People with mental health issues often seek out faith leaders for help

NEW YORK - Religious leaders are the "trusted soldiers" people turn to when dealing with mental health issues, and their ability to identify God's presence in people's lives gives hope and strength to hurting members of the community, according to speakers at a Mental Health Summit for faith leaders in New York Feb. 13.

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The Archdiocese of Seattle and local Catholics work to destigmatize mental illness

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