What the Access and Inclusive Mission Program [AIM]* is saying to the Church

For educational purposes and advocacy. Click on link to open PDF:

What the Access and Inclusive Mission Program is saying to the Protestant denominations


*AIM –Access & Inclusive Mission

The focus of AIM is to increase disability awareness and inclusion for those with physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual challenges; encouraging our religious and civic communities to be welcoming places for all!
Click link for AIM page:





AIM Initiative: A Visit to L’Arche Clinton

Article by Marcia A. Murphy

Visit to L’Arche Clinton Webpage with article

A Visit to L’Arche Clinton PDF for download




Book [Work in Progress]
A Mental Health Initiative [MHI]

To Loose the Bonds of Injustice: A Testimony by Marcia A. Murphy

Abstract Here





Mental Illness & Substance Abuse: Resources

According to SAMHSA’s 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), an estimated 43.6 million (18.1%) Americans ages 18 and up experienced some form of mental illness. In the past year, 20.2 million adults (8.4%) had a substance use disorder. Of these, 7.9 million people had both a mental disorder and substance use disorder, also known as co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. *

A helpful website for the importance of spirituality in recovery from co-occurring mental and substance use disorders and information about resources for treatment can be found at: