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Making Community Mental Health Services More Culturally Responsive
Leaders Mobilizing Change is a workshop that has inspired, educated and equipped leaders in mental health, settlement and cultural linguistic communities with the tools for making mental health services more culturally responsive. It is based on 5 years of research through the CURA Taking Culture Seriously in Community Mental Health.
To read more about the workshop series see our Community Basis E-News article.
Including an original theatre performance about the barriers facing marginalized cultural communities, the workshop is designed to be interactive and action-oriented. It will engage participants in discussion about the barriers and solutions for making mental health practice more culturally responsive.
The purpose of the workshop is to support systems and organizational change by identifying local opportunities and developing action plans. Participants will receive a take-home workbook that includes concrete strategies and tools to support their process of changing organizational practice.
The Leaders Mobilizing Change Participant Workbook is available here:
The Leaders Mobilizing Change Slide presentation is available here:
To read more about this project, follow this link.
For more information on this initiative, please contact Tanya Darisi at
Formerly Centre for Research and Education in Human Services (CREHS)