September 20, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Refugee Mental Health Project
Having started out as a family-run food drive in 2010, the Vancouver-based Muslim Food Bank and Community Resources has evolved over the years to offer extensive services under its ASPIRE (Actualizing Self Reliance by Providing Inspiration, Resources & Education) program.
Through its model of community members becoming involved as volunteer case workers, the ASPIRE program offers a unique model of promoting mental health and emotional support to refugee families through the strength of human connections. In this Refugee Mental Health Project webinar, Social Worker, Jugnoo Salahuddin, will discuss some of the features and successes of the ASPIRE program.
This webinar is hosted by the Refugee Mental Health Project.