These mental and/or substance use disorder organizations bring together individuals with similar religious backgrounds, and provide a faith-based component to behavioral health services.

Faith Communities Today

Faith Communities Today is a series of ongoing research surveys and practical reports about congregational life. The materials are conducted and published by the Cooperative Congregations Studies Partnership, a multi-faith group of religious researchers and faith leaders.

Faith Partners

Faith Partners engages and assists people of faith in the development of caring communities that promote the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, and where recovery from alcohol and drug dependence is valued and supported.

Faith Unlimited

Faith Unlimited helps men and women returning home from incarceration to rebuild their lives and reconnect with family and community in healthy ways. It does this through its mentoring, strengthening families, and leadership development programs.


The Free-N-One support group teaches people to be free mentally and spiritually, as well as free from drugs and alcohol. It offers information and referrals, phone support, literature, and conferences.

Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others (JACS)

This program's mission is to help both individuals and the Jewish community at large effectively treat and prevent alcohol and drug dependency. JACS/JBFCS provides a suppoortive network of those in recovery as well as the communal professionals, clergy, and educators who help them. The organization is a resource center where individuals, families, groups, and community institutions can turn for helpful, comforting guidance.


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