The board of CANS would like to invite the general public to a workshop on the mental health needs of people from BAME communities on Monday July 29th at 1pm, in the Queen’s University, Elmwood Building, Elmwood Avenue, 0G/033. Belfast. BT7 1NN.
We have had a similar workshop in Dungannon, Derry – Londonderry and have recorded a very important perspective into our data collection for both areas.
On behalf of Building Communities Resource Centre and CANS, I would like to invite you to a workshop on the mental health needs of people from BAME communities on Monday July 22nd at 5.30pm, in the West Bann Development, 8 – 10 Killowen Ct, Coleraine. BT51 3TP
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