Interfaith Directory:
Organizations Working at the Intersection of Faith/Spirituality and Mental Health

The Interfaith Directory is a national database of organizations operating at the intersection of faith/spirituality/religion and mental health. There are no fees associated with directory listings.

The purpose of the online directory is to make it easier for researchers, faith communities and organizations to find each other, collaborate and share best practices. It is also useful for people who are looking for a faith community that welcomes, supports and values people with mental illnesses and their families.

Search the directory for organizations

Enter your organizationís information in the directory. Whether your group is a nonprofit organization, a university, a national governing body of a religious denomination or an individual congregation, you are invited to enter your information in the directory if you have an active program related to faith/spirituality/religion and mental illness or mental health. Before you enter your groupís information, please search the directory for your organization to make sure someone else has not already entered it.

Update your organizationís information in the directory

Give us your feedback on the directory. Tell us what you like about the directory and how we can improve it to better meet your needs.

The Interfaith Directory was developed by the Interfaith Network on Mental Illness in response to the call to action issued by the Obama Administration at the White House Conference on Mental Health, held June 3, 2013.