Explore this section for resources about how people with a variety of disabilities utilize religion and spirituality as a source of strength and empowerment and may also need to address discrimination, oppression, and stigma coming from religious traditions. This section also addresses endeavors of religious communities to promote the well-being of people with disabilities. For other relevant information, see especially Aging (in this Diversities Resource area) and Resource sections on Health and Mental Health. 

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