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Last July, I joined partners from throughout the faith community for a 24-hour vigil to defend the Affordable Care Act. We stood just steps away from the entrance to the Capitol, some huddling under a tree for relief from the heat of a D.C.
An important way we can support those living with mental illness is to change the scope of the conversation around these issues from private to communal.
Tomorrow, April 27, from 3:00 to 4:00 PM, Faith United Against Tobacco and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will co-host a webinar to introduce the CDC’s Tips from Former Smokers Campaign, and discuss ways for faith communities to get involved in