The CCVT Connection Volunteer Newsletter is intended to inform and engage the Centre's volunteers in important events, news, and meetings, and in doing so, to acknowledge the vital role they play in fulfilling the CCVT's mandate.
We are pleased to share with you the highlights of the past year in our 2015-16 Annual Report.
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First Light is published bi-annually, is intended to inform the interested reader about torture, its effects and what we can do in aiding survivors of torture and war. CCVT views itself as part of a larger global community and is committed to the struggle for human rights, justice and the end of the practice of torture.
Editor: Ezat Mossallanejad, Settlement Counsellor, Researcher & Policy Analyst
Public Education Committee: Mulugeta Abai, Executive Director; Mawuena Gbesemete, Board Member; Marina Nemat, Committee Chair; Teresa Dremetsikas, Programs Manager; Mbalu Lumor, Manager, Community Engagement, Ezat Mossallanejad, Policy Analyst
Editor’s Note: The information provided in this publication is not controlled by the CCVT and therefore may not reflect the Centre’s views.
CCVT MENTAL HEALTH PROTOCOL
VALUES, PRINCIPLES AND ORGANIZATION INFRASTRUCTURE IN MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTION PRACTICE
Individuals experiencing mental health issues may encounter an array of professionals and non-professionals trying to intervene and help, including family and community members, peers, healthcare personnel, police, advocates, clergy and educators.