When you send a mental health training team, you shape families, communities, and nations. In most developing countries, access to mental health care is difficult if not impossible. Equipping church leaders, social workers, and health care providers with basic mental health and counseling skills provides a safety net in the community.
Know Their Story
In this brief video, Ben shares how he and other church leaders have used the training to help people inRead more.
Training in Liberia
Thirty church leaders who were trained a few years ago will receive the newest edition of the mental health manual, UnderstandingRead more.
Children’s Workshop Changes Lives
The girl was always quiet. In one of the activities in our children’s workshop, the children look at a setRead more.
Thank You, from Nepal
Mohan Recorded this message to share how mental health training has helped in Nepal.Read more.
Training Changes Everything
“I'm not a psychologist by profession, but I realized I am playing the role of a counselor." After training, CharityRead more.
October Training Update
The Tributaries International mental health team recently returned from training in Myanmar and Nepal. These seminars equipped 48 new informalRead more.
Andre says people always seem to back away when the topic of mental health comes up. So he takes aRead more.
Upcoming Training Events
We are getting more requests for mental health training in all parts of the world, which is both heartbreaking andRead more.
Training for 90 New Informal Providers
The mental health training team has been busy this year, training in 6 nations since the beginning of February.Read more.
Training Update: Myanmar
“We give the food and love, but it’s not enough. Their need is inside.” Hannah cares for 64 orphaned children.Read more.
World Mental Health Day is October 10th
October 10 is World Mental Health Day, a day to draw attention to the need for mental health care. TheRead more.
Madagascar: Fighting Discouragement
A physician looks for ways to fight discouragement in patients, and stigma in the community.Read more.