Multicultural Men’s Mental Health Community Connections Project

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The Multicultural Men’s Mental Health Community Connections Project is a discovery initiative that seeks to explore practical and culturally responsive early intervention and prevention strategies through a codesign process with Four Community Groups from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds.

The project seeks to unpack the challenges Multicultural Men face, and develop a grassroots needs-based early intervention and prevention model through community consultation and a co-delivery process with the four target community groups over the next 2 years.

The project also seeks to improve access to mental health services for CALD Communities by working very closely with mental health organizations with the aim of making them culturally responsive to the needs of CALD communities.

Project Partners: 

MCCSA Men’s Council, the Association of the Burundian Community of SA, the Australians for Syria Association, the Latin American Society of SA (LASSA), and the Kabadu Men’s Group of SA.

This project is proudly funded by the Fay Fuller Foundation.

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