Hearing Our Needs Project Belfast Workshop
Counselling All Nations Services (CANS)
The workshop invites both service providers and service users to participate. Counselling All Nations Services [CANS], as an active provider of mental health services for BAME communities in Belfast and the Greater Belfast Area, would like to understand such needs in order to initiate a stronger dialogue towards the improvement, diversification, and accessibility of mental health services in Northern Ireland, particularly for communities and the benefit of policymakers. The Dungannon pilot study, conducted in May 2019, brought together individuals from the community, council, PSNI, and public/private sector to voice their expertise and experiences through this platform. This was followed up by a very insightful discussion in Derry on Monday 29th July.
The workshop, comprising of 3 hours of activities and discussion, aims to gain a greater understanding of the mental health needs of BAME communities within different areas of Northern Ireland.
Looking forward to seeing you there, and thanking you in anticipation.
- Advice services
- Children and families
- Community development
- Community relations
- Health and wellbeing
- Housing and homelessness
- Older people
- Rural development
- Volunteer development
- Young people
Date and Time
Elmwood Building, Elmwood Avenue.
Steven Donnelly 0754-025-2921
Lekan Ojo-Okiji Abasi 0798-936-3113
CANS Admin 0759-613-9247
Confirmation of attendance is required via the link below: