“The Case for Diversity” project reviewed 408 studies involving 41,920 people, offering “significant evidence” that culturally adapted therapies are more effective than programs targeting culturally mixed groups.
“Diversity has been a hallmark of contemporary Canadian society and it should be foundational to the planning and delivery of mental health services at all levels,” the report concludes. “Meeting the needs of IRER [immigrant, refugee, ethno-cultural and racialized] populations is an urgent priority for the Canadian mental health system and its service providers.”
Some highlights in the report:
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PCHS-Calgary is currently looking for an “Supervisory Counsellor”
For more details please check Careers under Contact Us.
PCHS-Calgary would request it’s community members to take the pride in making your community a better place to live by participating in
CALGARY VITAL SIGNS SURVEY??!!
Calgary’s Vital Signs® is an annual survey “check-up” that measures the vitality of Calgary, identifies significant trends, and assigns grades in areas critical to the quality of life in Calgary. Published annually since 2007, in 2015 – over 1,800 citizens took the survey and contributed their opinions in 21 key issue areas.
This Survey is Presented by the Calgary Foundation, our partnering agency and funder!!
By adding your voice, you can identify needs in the community and provide feedback on how to address these issues…
So please do not miss this opportunity of raising your voice and help support your community.
To participate click on the link below;
We are pleased to announce our 1st Annual General Meeting
on June 16, 2016 at our office, from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Please do let us know if you’re attending by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to make sure we have enough cookies for you!!!
At a trying time like this in Northern Alberta, and for the people of Fort McMurray and surrounding communities, PCHS recognizes the challenges and stressors that evacuees and first responders are facing.
PCHS pledges to support affected individuals to the best of our abilities by connecting them to services as required, and through our Sahara Family Supportive Counseling. We are proud of being an Alberta organization, and proud to stand with so many generous Albertans rallying to help.
Our thoughts are with all of those involved–evacuees, first responders and government officials seeking to provide direction and guidance at this time.
Not only do net ticket proceeds help us with directly adding 650 hours to our Sahara Supportive Counseling Program (our core program), but the silent auction helped us raise another $6000!