Tea Fields

CHWCMR -WA DOH-WCAAP

Listening session for CHWs for CHW

Mental Health n is an unmeet -public health challenge and we would like to present you two initiative to improve perinatal depression using a CHW Model.

If you would like to collaborate in this important endeavor and share resources , you are invite for this free discussion.

Refreshment and a gift card will be provided.

Here is the registration page: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taking-about-perinatal-depression-with-wa-doh-wcaap-chwcmr-with-chws-tickets-421505112137

Photos of the event
CHWCMR + WA DOH + WCAAP

Thank you to all of the CHWs from Central WA who joined us on October 1st 2022  to discuss training priorities for CHWs. Also we would like to thanks all the organizations that joined us.

Tea Fields

CHWCMR -ARCORA

Addressing Oral Health in underserved communities Conference

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Community Health Worker Coalition for Migrants and Refugees and ARCORA is organizing a virtual conference: Addressing Oral Health in Underserved Communities on Nov. 12th from 8:00 am -12:30 pm.

 

The conference is free and you are invited to attend, please if you are not able to attend, feel free to send a representative also feel free to share the event with people who are interested.

 

Here is the registration page: 

 

Addressing Oral Health among underserved Communities Tickets, Sat, Nov 12, 2022 at 8:00 AM | Eventbrite

Speakers

Photos of the event 

Tea Fields

CHWCMR -EDMONDS WATERFRONT CENTER

Art Gallery-Exhibition

 Join to our Art Gallery in Edmonds WaterFront Center on November 19 from 8:00- 12:30 .Also, some artworks will be a;sp exhibited in the hall of the Edmonds WaterFront Center from Nov. 14-Dec. 2nd, 2022. Feel free to visit the center to contemplate the art from our participants.

 

 The COVID pandemic has been especially difficult for our essential workers and their families in Washington State- many of them are migrants and refugees fleeing their home countries for safety. Their children have already experienced trauma in addition to the pandemic due to the isolation from it created. Therefore, CHWCMR started an Art Therapy Program "Painting Together Program' in January, 2022.  Children with their parents joined the classes across the state. Join us to celebrate the works of these families and to listen to a piano from one member of our communities.

 

We also invite you to make a donation, everything is welcome, all the money from this program will be invested in canvas, paint for the participants , who use art therapy to bring up their feelings, bonding with their parents, and some ways to release their trauma. The younger age of our artist is 5 years and the oldest 57 years.

 

Here is the link where you can register for the activity.

 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-therapy-tour-from-migrants-and-refugees-families-living-with-trauma-tickets-421516606517