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Mental Health Awareness Team

The Mental Health Awareness Team (MHAT) is a volunteer-led group that meets several times throughout the year to plan activities and programs that promote mental health advocacy and education in the congregation.

The mission of the MHAT is to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and provide support through education, advocacy, and community to those whose lives have been touched by mental health challenges. Rev. Jim Foti is the staff liaison for the team.

In a mental health emergency, call 911 or seek out a crisis line such as the National Alliance on Mental Illness-Minnesota.

If our ministers or volunteers can help you with less urgent matters, please reach out to our Caring Team.

When we meet

Meetings are not on a regular schedule.

Join us

Volunteer for the Mental Health Awareness Team

Reach out

Smiling white man with no hair wearing glasses and a blue shirt while sitting in the pews.
Rev. Jim Foti, Assistant Minister