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Mental Health in Our Diocese

Four years ago, we began the work that would lead to the creation of the San Diego Diocesan Mental Health Ministry Network (MHMN).

At the cornerstone of the MHMN is the formation of ministry teams at each parish that serve as “prayerful companions” for fellow parishioners experiencing mental illness, provide them with referrals, walk with them through the treatment process, and provide parish-wide education on the subject of mental illness.

Parish ministry teams do not take on the roles of psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists. They are simply supplying “Christian love, prayer, and true human connections” – in other words, the “Catholic spiritual component” that is often left out in the treatment of mental illness.

It is with pride that we present to you the results of our ministry to date. Click here to download the complete report.

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