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Mental Health


As the Diocesan Mental Health Committee, we stand in solidarity with and raise awareness for those living with mental health issues by offering educational programs, spiritual resources, advocacy resources, and encouraging faith communities to recognize the gifts and talents of all of the people of God.

We pray that all people including those with mental health issues be respected for their inherent dignity as Children of God, feel supported and have a sense of belonging in the greater Catholic Community, especially in the Diocese of Albany.


Sharing Bad News with Children

Diocese of Albany Consultation Center

How to Ask for Help with Depression

Give Yourself the Gift of Tomorrow

Pastoral Care of the Mentally Ill

Living My Life With Depression

The True Beauty of an Unquiet Mind

When Dealing with Mental Health One Question Neds to be Asked

Forgiven and Chosen

Bringing God's Peace to Those who Suffer in Silence

How do Catholics treat families living with mental health issues?

Mental Health Week

Hope and Healing