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The Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics and USC’s Immigrants and Global Migration Initiative’s Spring Symposium
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The Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics and USC’s Immigrants and Global Migration Initiative’s Spring Symposium

Register now for The Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics and USC’s Immigrants and Global Migration Initiative’s Spring Symposium centered around this year’s theme of Immigration, Asylum, and Mental Health. ACPHC’s Senait Admassu will take the stage at 1:00pm for the lunchtime session entitled Mental Health Among […]

Act NOW 2020 Conference
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Act NOW 2020 Conference

The 2020 ActNOW LA Conference provides a platform for outreach and education to promote prevention, education, nutrition and physical activities. Anyone who attends will enjoy a rich, unique cultural experience. There will be opportunities to learn more about: team building, health awareness, self-esteem, leadership and many more life skills. Students […]

A Telescopic Journey into The World of FGM
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A Telescopic Journey into The World of FGM

The Greater Los Angeles FGM Taskforce teams up with the Umoja learning community at LACC this Tuesday, February 25th to bring you “A Telescopic Journey into The World of FGM”. All are welcome as founding members, including African Coalition’s own Senait Admassu, inform students and community members on the history, […]

The Future of Immigrants in LA
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The Future of Immigrants in LA

On January 9th, our Executive Director Senait Admassu will be speaking at The Future of Immigrants in LA Summit, on a panel entitled Current Context: How LA is Responding to Defend Its Immigrant Communities at 10:30am. The featured speakers are: Leon Krauze, News Anchor, Univision Senait Admassu, Executive Director, African Coalition Salam Al-Marayati, President […]

Immigrants and Refugees Mental Health Advocacy Roundtable meeting

Dear Community Members, Your presence is requested at an upcoming roundtable discussion regarding the mental health challenges that the immigrant and refugee population in Los Angeles County face. This Advocacy meeting is designed to establish a vehicle for collaboration between the immigrant and refugee communities and public entities such as, […]

“Breaking The Silence About Mental Illness”
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“Breaking The Silence About Mental Illness”

Registration deadline: Thursday February 25,  2016  register here Saturday, February 27, 2016 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM Attendance is FREE – Continental breakfast 9:00am to 10:00am Discussion point will be the essential components of a culturally and linguistically appropriate overview of mental health, the impact of MIGRATION, TRAUMA, & STRESS on mental […]