Strength in Unity is a Movember-funded research project offering mental health training workshops for Asian Men (South, East, Southeast Asian), ages 17-99+.
These workshops are intended to help raise awareness, literacy, and general knowledge around mental illness, as well as reduce stigma and increase understanding of the unique experiences that Asian men experience.
Eligible volunteers will be compensated $10 for attending an informational session to confirm their eligibility and $55 for each workshop attended.
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Help us change the way others think about mental illness! A national Movember-funded study is looking for men to participate in mental health training workshops.
We are looking for volunteers who self-identify as South, East, and Southeast Asian men, and are aged 17 to 99+. The workshops located across Metro Vancouver will provide opportunities to learn about becoming community advocates, raising awareness, the benefits of mindfulness, and general knowledge of mental health.
Eligible volunteers will be compensated $10 for attending an informational session to confirm their eligibility and $55 for each workshop attended. Visit: www.Strength-in-Unity. or email BC@Strength-in-Unity.ca
Chad (Shehzad) Ali
Research Intervention Associate, Strength in Unity