Faith leaders share about the behavioral health crises affecting diverse faith communities and the critical role they play as a support system during times of crisis. This panel was a part of the “Anti-Racism in California’s Crisis Continuum of Care” conference, presented by Crisis and Recovery Enhancement.
This dialogue is intended to help providers understand the dynamics of supporting communities of faith in culturally appropriate and responsive ways, especially during the pandemic. In addition, they talk about the ways that health providers can align with faith leaders and their communities to build stronger systems of care for people experiencing crises.
Moderated by Rev. Dr. Najuma Smith-Pollard, USC Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement
Featuring Rev. Eddie Anderson; Margari Hill; Hyepin Im; Rev. Cue Jean-Marie; Rev. Kelvin Sauls
Rev. Najuma Smith-Pollard is Assistant Director of Community and Public Engagement with the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture.