This interesting site from the USA has some good resources
Pathways to Promise
is an interfaith cooperative of many faith groups. We provide assistance and are a resource center which offers liturgical and education materials, program models, caring ministry with people experiencing a mental illness and their families. The resources are used by people at all levels of faith group structures from local congregations to regional and national staff.
Building Resilient Communities
Mental health charities Mind and the Mental Health Foundation have published ‘Building Resilient Communities’ a new report that sets out the practical steps that can be taken by those commissioning local services or working in the community to promote wellbeing, build resilience and help to prevent mental health problems.
The research carried out for the report recognised that faith groups play a vital role in local communities, and in many cases are probably already doing things that improve the wellbeing and resilience of the people they work with. One of the recommendations of the report is that it will take a whole community to really address wellbeing and build resilience. Every contact an individual has with a member of staff or a volunteer is an opportunity to improve wellbeing, but in many places there is a lack of knowledge and confidence about what wellbeing and mental health are and how people can help.
You can find a most helpful training resource and booklet together with both the final report and a summary online here