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Featured Resources

Recovering from Religion Video of Executive Director Gayle Jordan https://youtu.be/qmZ3nsEszO8

My Coming Out Story Video of Gayle Jordan https://youtu.be/omJlK-CU3LU

Recovering from Religion Video by Sarah Rocksdale https://youtu.be/z-dTWFnR1MM


We gathered these resources to offer new approaches, ideas, and information to those curious or struggling with issues of doubt and nonbelief.  Our goal is to meet people right where they are in their journey.  For that purpose, we organized the resources into four areas. Choose the category that most closely applies to you. 

I want to find resources for how to deal with life now that I am not religious.
I want to find an atheist/agnostic/secular community online or in my area
I have been hurt by religion; I’d like to connect with ex-Mormons, Christians, etc.
Links to websites by former members of specific religions 

Healing From Religious Harm
I want to better understand my non religious friend or family member.
I am religious/non-religious person married to a non-religious/religious person.
I am a chaplain/pastor/teacher/counsellor who works with secular people.
I want to find a new religious community.

I have doubts and I am seeking answers.
I have questions about why my faith group believes what it does.
I want to learn  in an objective way.
I want to better understand the world around me.
I want to explore the history, philosophy, and creativity of non-religious people.

If you are looking for help to deal with a mental health issue, we’ve compiled a list of crisis hotlines, suicide prevention, counselling, grief, depression, and addiction recovery options.

The Secular Therapist Project - Find a counselor who uses scientifically proven therapy, without inserting any supernatural views. Register as a client then contact a therapist in your area.  http://www.seculartherapy.org/

If you have an emergency or believe you are in a crisis situation, call 911 or your local emergency number immediately.

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