• Support & Promote Crisis Line

    It is a critical, much needed, and much overdue service for Muslims: a Crisis Line. 

    Sound Vision is launching a 24/7 Crisis Line.

    We have been working on it for the last nine months. 

    Several trained volunteers are already in place. 

    This Crisis Line can save lives in times of stress, anxiety, or depression. 

    Please Volunteer & Promote!


  • State of Muslim Mental Health

    Not all people who have mental health issues become violent. But some do. However, there hasn't been much discussion about why this is the case, and even less so when it involves Muslims. This indicates that there is an urgent need to pay attention to this.

    Last year, Gallup's Center for Muslim Studies released its report "Muslim Americans: A National Portrait" describing itself as an in-depth report on the nation's most diverse religious community. It is the first-ever nationally representative study of a randomly selected sample of Americans issuing more than 300,000 interviews of U.S. households.


  • Weekend School Teachers' Training

    Day long event for weekend school teachers that will provide tips, training and discussion on how the quality of weekend schools can improved.

  • Prophet exhibit

    This Exhibit can be showcased at your next event to inform Muslims and Our neighbors of other
    faith, about who the Prophet really is.

Sound Vision Offers

Hiring: Sound Vision is hiring an operation manager, a content manager, & a social media manager: 
Send resume to jobs@SoundVision.com

Bring Adam's World Live to Your Community
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Crisis Text Line:  Text SALAM to 741741 
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Weekend School Teachers' Training
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Media Training: Register to Bring Media Training To Your Area 
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Prophet's Exhibit: A portable, full color, exhibit about the Prophet 
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Sound Vision, Khalil Center and Benedictine University MSA are partnering together to host a Muslim Mental Health Conference: You Are Not Alone! On February 16th, 2019

LIFE IS TOUGH! There is no other way to put it. Allah SWT talks about the hardships of life in Surah Al-Baqra Ayah 214:

"Or you think that you will enter Paradise without such (trials) as came to those who passed away before you? They were afflicted with severe poverty, ailments and were so shaken that even the Messenger and those who had faith with him said, 'When will the Help of Allah come?' Yes! Indeed Allah's help is close!"

We tend to believe that the ones with the highest of faith will not suffer through any type of depression or sadness. But is that true? Does that mean shaytan leave us alone after we become consistent with prayer? Or did the Prophet (PBUH) not suffer through any sadness or depression after experiencing fatherlessness, poverty and the loss of his mother and grandfather all at the age of eight? We live in a highly digital era which allows us to believe in instant gratification and an escape to ever face the sad reality of our lives. Lack of understanding of the normality of hardship, loss, and sorrow in life takes a toll on us and our relationships. During tough times we forget how our spiritual wellness has a connection to our mental wellness. The Muslim Mental Health Conference will discuss these issues. And most of all remind us that You Are Not Alone!


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