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Well Community Members Share: What We Wish Others Knew About Mental Illness

Rita, who shares below Much is written about mental illnesses during May, Mental Health Awareness Month. Learning about these conditions is one important part of gaining awareness, but it’s not the only part. Another vital ...

The Truth About Five Common Mental Illness Myths

Although mental illnesses are very common, impacting one in five people each year, they’re still misunderstood in many ways. Numerous myths about these diseases persist, and these misconceptions hurt those who live with these conditions ...

Fun and Refreshment at Our 2024 Spring Spiritual Retreat

We're so grateful to all who donated toward retreat scholarships for our members. Together you gave $8,675! Thanks to you, our members just enjoyed an overnight getaway filled with fun activities, including crafts, a hayride ...

Volunteering at the Well: It’s a Blast

It only took one visit and 17-year-old Cyler Deisler was sold. “My mom told me about it, and she got me to go the first time and I really enjoyed it. And we ended up ...

Making a Difference Through Prayer

“I just know that prayer changes things,” says Lonnie Bayless. She’s seen it in her own life and in the lives of her family members and friends, and she trusts that it’s true for members ...

The Power of Prayer in Pursuit of Stability

In spite of persistent misconceptions, those suffering from severe and chronic mental illnesses can’t “pray them away.” But, for many of these individuals, prayer is a practice that undergirds good mental health and supports their ...
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