Develop Knowledge and Skills Regarding the Mental Health of Refugees
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The Refugee Mental Health Project, developed by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Ontario, Canada) aims to build the skills and knowledge of social, health, and settlement service providers for their interactions with the mental health of refugees. The website provides access to free resources designed to promote inter-sectoral and inter-professional collaboration, with links to self-directed online courses, a monthly e-newsletter, monthly webinars, a resource toolkit, and more.
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