Many asylum seekers suffer from mental health issues as a result of their experiences in the home country, while travelling or living in the asylum-seeking process for a long time.
Regari Recovery College have kindly offered asylum seekers five free places on their “Understanding Mental Health” program starting in September.
Regari is a mental health, recovery and wellbeing education centre that run modules that are co-produced and co-delivered by people with lived experience of mental health challenges, family members and/or carers and people working in the area of mental health and related topics.
An open evening will be on 4 September at 19:30–21:00 in the Earl of Rosse Lecture Theatre Athlone Institute of Technology
- Meet Ailish the Regari Peer Educator
- Learn more about REGARI Recovery College
- Learn about the modules run to promote, mental health, recovery and well being for all through education, conversation and collaboration.