Survey To Help Create Upcoming Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit for Service Providers

DIVERSEcity, through the Surrey Local Immigration Partnership, is creating a mental health and wellbeing toolkit for settlement, social and health service providers.

This resource seeks to create an area specific toolkit to provide support to front-line staff to assist with improving mental health and well-being outcomes for immigrants and refugees, and newcomer communities in Surrey, South Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Tsawwassen.

To gain a better scope and understanding on the specific mental health needs of newcomer populations within the Surrey, South Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Tsawwassen area, this survey seeks to get more insight on the barriers to accessing culturally appropriate mental health care services. The aim of this survey is to create a space in which the community working with newcomer populations has an opportunity to contribute their expertise and best practices. The survey findings will inform the final content incorporated into the toolkit.

This survey is open to all organization staff and community stakeholders working with and supporting newcomer immigrants and refugees.

Please take 6 minutes to complete the survey at the link below. Deadline to complete extended to Wednesday February 23, 2022.

Click here to complete the survey.

Author: SurreyLIP