Wednesday Webinar Series: Mental Health Matters
Time & Location
About the Event
Faithful & Favored, Inc.
Originally from Fayetteville, North Carolina, Reverend Dr. Pamela Adams is the President of Faithful & Favored, Inc. She served proudly in the United States Air Force for 9 ½ years, while simultaneously attending Amora Deliverance Theological Institute. After successfully matriculating through Seminary and obtaining undergraduate and graduate degrees in Theology, Dr. Adams was accepted into the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center Clinical Pastoral Care (CPE) Chaplain Residency Program. After completion of their 1-year program, she advanced to The Johns Hopkins Hospital to complete her 2nd year of CPE training as well as a Family Advocacy Residency. Upon the conclusion of her 2nd year at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, she continued on as a member of the Clinical Pastoral Care staff for 3 years in the role of Chaplain and Family Advocate. In 2013 she earned her Doctorate in Theology with a concentration in Christian Fine Arts. In 2016 she received her license as a Christian Counselor from the National Christian Counselors Association of Sarasota, Florida, with a focus in Temperament Therapy. She presently serves as the Director of Spiritual Life and University Chaplain for Delaware State University and the Spiritual Advisor for the Maryland Center for Addiction Treatment.
Dr. Adams is the Primary Facilitator for all of Faithful & Favored's services. Her empathetic demeanor and compassionate disposition make her a trusted advisor on all things related to spiritual and emotional maintenance. Her desire is for everyone to live a faithful and favored life!
Getting Past The 'No' Webinar Series
Our B.R.I.D.G.E. Project team has worked diligently to put this series together and we are excited for you to see the many topics from a variety of speakers.
All of our services are free of charge to all people with a disability regardless of the type of disability or age. Access to independence is committed to community integration and advocate on systemic issues in order to create barrier-free communities.
About The B.R.I.D.G.E. Project
B.R.I.D.G.E. stands for bridging resources into diverse groups everywhere and the project is a collaborative project between A Better Life Together Inc. (ABLT, Inc.) and the San Diego Regional Center. The project is funded by the State Of California Department of Developmental Services.
If you'd like to learn how the B.R.I.D.G.E. Project team can assist you in accessing services through the regional center, contact us today - visit our website https://www.abetterlifetogether.org/b... to get the services you're eligible for!