Matthew S. Stanford- Keynote Speaker – Out of Exile Interfaith Conference – Nov. 19, 2015
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Matthew S. Stanford- Keynote Speaker – Out of Exile Interfaith Conference – Nov. 19, 2015

NAMI Austin, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Seminary of the Southwest, Temple Beth Shalom, Hope Presbyterian Church, Austin Travis County Integral Care, PLAN of Central Texas and the Diocese of Austin

Matthew S. Stanford- Keynote Speaker – Out of Exile Interfaith Conference – Nov. 19, 2015

Register Here – Out of Exile Interfaith Conference

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A conference focused on providing the information, ideas and inspiration faith communities need to engage & provide support to persons who are isolated by mental health disorders

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2015 | 9 – 4:30 PM

Temple Beth Shalom | 7300 Hart Lane

on the Jewish Community Center campus

$20 person | Scholarships available

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

DR. MATT STANFORD

“Mental Illness and the Role of the Faith Community”

DR. DANIEL MOREHEAD

“Mental Illness and the Human Condition”

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SPONSORED BY: NAMI Austin, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Seminary of the Southwest, Temple Beth Shalom, Hope Presbyterian Church, Austin Travis County Integral Care, PLAN of Central Texas and the Diocese of Austin

The Austin affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Austin) in partnership with, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, PLAN of Central Texas, Hope Presbyterian Church, Temple Beth Shalom, Austin Travis County Integral Care and the Diocese of Austin will host a day-long interfaith conference providing tips, tools and best practices for faith communities with the goal of helping them become more welcoming and supportive to families and individuals affected by mental illness.

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