PHEWA membership and giving form

The Presbyterian Health, Education & Welfare Association (PHEWA) is a voluntary membership organization created by action of the General Assembly in 1956.  PHEWA works to equip individuals and communities for lives of dignity and hope through the educational resources, peer support, and public advocacy through our ten member ministry networks. PHEWA is part of the  Compassion, Peace and Justice ministry area, Presbyterian Mission Agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).  Your support and participation are deeply appreciated!

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  1. Hi Deborah -- Your expression of interest is music to my ears! I will contact you offline to discuss how you would like to get involved.

    by Rev. Trina Zelle

    August 5, 2011

  2. I am very interested in the work of this ministry. I am finishing a postdoctoral fellowship in Alcohol Treatment Research at UC Berkeley School of Public Health and I am ordained clergy, Lake Michigan Presbytery. I believe the church needs to begin to look seriously at the addictions present and the resources for recovery available in the rural churches.

    by Deborah J Smith

    August 4, 2011