Refugee Mental Health Project

 

RMHP project components

 

The Refugee Mental Health Project

Refugees represent a vulnerable population that is at risk for mental health problems. It is in the post-migration context where service providers can provide mental health support to refugees.

This project aims to build settlement, social service and health care providers knowledge and skills and to promote inter-sector and inter-professional collaboration by developing networks and providing resources relevant to refugee mental health.

We invite you to participate in the accredited online courses, monthly webinars, e-newsletters and online community of practice with access to subject matter experts, all offered as part of the Refugee Mental Health Project.

This project is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

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Project highlights

Upcoming courses

 

Registration is now closed. If you are currently enrolled in an offering of the Refugee Mental Health Project, you may visit the "Course for settlement and social services providers" or "Course for health care professionals" for more information. Or visit the FAQs page for all other inquiries.

 

Upcoming webinars

 

Jan. 31st: Are we doing what we think we’re doing? Providing culturally competent mental health care to immigrants and refugees

Linda Kongnetiman, BSW, MSW, PhD(c), RSW, Manager, Information and CYFI Standards, Provincial Addiction & Mental Health, Alberta Health Services

Register for the webinar

Updates from the field 

 

Stay posted on new reports, research or other resources in the field, or find upcoming refugee mental health-related events in the sector.

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