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What Jesus Would Do

Pastor Brent McDougal chats with Niece, a member of The Well Community. Six years ago, Brent McDougal was looking for a job as a pastor when he heard about Cliff Temple Baptist Church’s association with ...

Six Things to Know About Those Who Care For Adults Dealing With Mental Illnesses

Mental illnesses have a ripple effect. The National Alliance on Mental Illness recognizes that the “challenges of mental illness do not only affect an individual's family members but also friends, teachers, neighbors, coworkers and others ...

We are Family

Becky Wilson, member of The Well In 2002, Joel Pulis started The Well Community at Cliff Temple Baptist Church in North Oak Cliff, building on his dream to help the neighborhood’s underserved people struggling with ...

Restoring Community: Addressing Mental Illness and Homelessness at The Well

For those struggling with serious mental illnesses, few things are as devastating as loss of community. The support of friends and family plays a key role in encouraging those dealing with mental health conditions to ...

Jacob’s House: A Haven from Homelessness

Tucked behind a magnolia tree and several leafy shrubs on a quiet street in Oak Cliff sits an unassuming, pale yellow house. It’s two stories tall, with wide windows and an expansive front porch, not ...

Scrapping Seven Myths About Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is one of the most debilitating mental illnesses. It’s also among the most misunderstood. This serious, chronic disease can cause hallucinations, delusions and difficulty concentrating, as well as social withdrawal and emotional unresponsiveness. And, ...
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