Through our workshops and trainings, we engage with trusted community leaders to provide education and skills-based training to increase awareness and reduce stigma. We also provide tangible supports for community members.
Reclaiming Our Health creates culturally responsive and linguistically appropriate workshops and events for the AMEMSA community. In addition to our workshops, we provide training opportunities to CBO staff and community members. these trainings provide individuals with tools to better serve their communities.
If you are interested in hosting or piloting a workshop or attending a training, please contact us through this form and we will get back to you shortly.
In this series of panels, mental health professionals and advocates discuss coping with stress, depression, and anxiety to members of the community.
In Healthy Minds, Healthy Life, participants discuss mental health – with a specific focus on depression and stress. Students discuss stigma, learn coping mechanisms, and strategies from securing t help for family members, friends, and self.
In this workshop, youth learn about discrimination and strategies to support others and themselves. Youth discuss how discrimination can affect their well-being and learn the tools to increase their resiliency and build community.
Join us on September 28, 2021 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. to learn more about the challenges and mental health needs facing immigrant youth, what strategies and solutions can be used to help youth heal and cope with stress, and how community-based organizations are responding to these challenges!
Azaadi Khan, Youth Advocate & Mental Health Counselor
Omar Shareef, Psychiatrist, MD/MBA
Noor Sukkar, Youth Mental Health Advocate
Farah Salam, Priority Areas Specialist
Click here to join us on Zoom! https://linktr.ee/AAFSC
This is a training opportunity for individuals who would like to host the "Healthy Minds, Healthy Life" workshop for their communities. This training provides facilitators with the tools to introduce mental health concerns in a culturally responsive manner, and provide resources for the community.
Here, you can watch Coping with Stress, our mental health panel, in Farsi.
Here, you can watch Coping with Stress, our mental health panel, in Bangla.
Here you can watch Coping with Stress, our mental health panel, in Arabic
This training is a continuation of the One-Day Community Resilience Model Orientation. In this teacher training, individuals will learn to guide and empower communities through a set of wellness concepts and skills.
Join us for an introduction to the Community Resiliency Model (CRM)! This training is designed to help individuals understand the biology of traumatic stress reactions and learn specific skills to return the body, mind, and spirit back to balance after experiencing traumatic events. These skills can awaken the hope that has, for some, been lost after natural and human-made disasters.