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Substantial research shows a positive relationship between spirituality and religiosity on physical and behavioral health.
No medical schools in the U.S. require or offer courses in religion and spirituality and medicine.
Studies have found that religion and spirituality increase protective factors for youth and reduce the likelihood of substance use.
Faith Partners offers training and assistance to prepare congregations to provide prevention and recovery support services.
Alcohol and drug use increases criminal activities and academic failures for at-risk-youth.
Major spiritual issues for at-risk-youth are:
An important role for faith communities is to develop after school programs that help teach children life skills, self-understanding, self-care, self-respect, and self-esteem.
Clergy need to:
The Core Competencies for Clergy and Other Pastoral Ministers in Addressing Alcohol and Drug Dependence and the Impact on Family Members focuses on the addicted person, family system and affected children.
To help children understand that they are not alone, clergy and other faith leaders should acknowledge that they are aware that a family member may have a problem with alcohol or drugs.