Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project Newsletter
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Learn about a promising practice where newcomer clients are guided to build on their inherent resilience while supporting one another.
Learn about a program that aims to build health literacy and health supports for newcomer women
Learn about a program that uses play, crafts, songs and presentations to help vulnerable newcomer mothers and children
Learn about a national bilingual project equips service providers to support newcomers with in/visible disabilities and Deaf newcomers.
Learn about a national program providing specialized settlement services to meet the complex needs of Government Assisted Refugees.
Learn about a program that supports internationally educated individuals in career advancement and well-being
Learn about an organization that integrates mental health into all aspects of their programming and read about an equity approach to COVID-19
Learn about a promising practice that combines the expertise of mental health providers with the knowledge of the settlement service providers.
Learn about the "Living Well in Times of Self-Isolation" online program developed by ISANS to support the mental health of newcomers during COVID-19
Learn about a community connection program at the South Vancouver Neighbourhood House that seeks to alleviate social isolation for newcomer women.
Read about an organization that incorporates Expressive Arts into settlement programs to support the mental health of newcomers.
Read how the Kids Help Phone launched a service to provide telephone counselling to Arabic-speaking newcomer youth.
Read this e-newsletter to learn about CAMH's Apart. Not alone. initiative and the importance of applying a human rights lens to the pandemic response
Read this e-newsletter to learn about resources and to hear from experts on supporting immigrant and refugee mental health during COVID-19
Read about a promising practice, an evidence snapshot and more for supporting immigrant and refugee mental health.
Learn how an organization in Edmonton developed a program to support the mental health of newcomers who have received a positive HIV result.
Learn how yoga can be used as an adjunctive treatment for complex trauma.
Learn how an organization in Manitoba is leveraging technology to break down isolation and provide settlement services to newcomers.
Read how an organization in Newfoundland is changing traditional settlement services and about sociodemographic trends you need to know.
Learn more supporting the mental health of newcomer families and children in rural areas