CAMH: The Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project

This project is an evidence-based, capacity-building initiative designed to enhance your knowledge and skills as a settlement, social or health service provider, to appropriately respond to the unique mental health needs of new immigrants and refugees, and to foster inter-sector and inter-professional collaboration. The project will contribute to advancing the network of service provision for immigrants and refugees across Canada.

Through interactive online training, resources and activities, the project offers current research evidence, practical information on promising and innovative practices and video demonstrations on how to use specific tools and strategies.