SWI Mental Health Services.

Sensible Living for a Lifetime….

Sensible Women Initiative, Inc. Lifefountain Project

Contact: Dr. Lovely A. Thornton & Dr. Valerie U. Oji

Congratulations From The American Public Health Association!

Dear Valerie Oji,

We are pleased to inform you that your Abstract, 427633, entitled “Exploration of Diffusion Factors for Spiritual Care and Psychiatric Medication Management Service (MMS) Implementation for African American Populations” has been selected and confirmed for Oral presentation during the APHA’s 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo (Nov. 2 – Nov. 6) in Philadelphia. Your abstract was selected from a large number of excellent submittals and was judged to be of high quality and interest.

Again, congratulations on the selection of your abstract for APHA 2019.  Thank you in advance for making this the best APHA Annual Meeting and Public Health Expo ever!

We look forward to your presentation and seeing you in Philadelphia.

Donna Wright 
Manager, Scientific Session Development 
American Public Health Association

The Sensible Women Initiative (SWI), Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that was founded in 2012.  It is operated by a volunteer group of dedicated professional women from various parts of the United States.  The SWI provides services to young ladies ages five to twenty-five – particularly in the areas of personal development and relationship building.  Based on their age levels, participants are organized into three groups:  Diamond, Violet, and Butterfly.

NOTE:
The Christian Scholars Conference 2019 Abstract Information compiled by Dr. Valerie U. Oji, Associate Professor Harding University and Dr. Lovely A. Thornton, Lecturer Towson University was based on the results of a Sensible Women Initiative focus group and survey.  

Pastor Austin Speaks . . .

“…Many people are not familiar with the good news and availability of mental health ministry in this part of the world, (i.e. Nigeria, West Africa, and the Continent as a whole). We wish to bring help and healing to those who are suffering. People often suffer for lack of knowledge. It is important to help people to break free of bondage (i.e. untreated mental health conditions); people will be enlightened. This is vital…”