This March 16, 2021 webinar featured a panel of experts from Ontario and BC discussing access to virtual mental health care for refugees and other newcomers to Canada, during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Topics include barriers to access and the strategies service providers can use to overcome them.
Michaela Hynie, Professor, York University, Centre for Refugee Studies
Kathy Sherrell, Associate Director, Settlement Services, Immigrant Services Society of British Columbia
Marcela Diaz, Manager, Settlement and Integration, Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County.
How can we improve virtual mental health care accessibility for immigrant populations?
Digital literacy and access: Understanding client needs in a changed work environment
Facilitating Access to Virtual Services for Government Assisted Refugees
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