On Friday 02 June 2023, the Settlements Engagement and Transition Support Project (SETS) in partnership with NSW Health Western Sydney Local Health District conducted an information session in Arabic on mental health wellbeing for Newly Arrived Refugees and Migrants in South West Area.
14 people attended the session at Mount Pritchard Hall. The session discussed awareness and understanding of our mental health and well-being and how we can improve our well-being. The session was very interactive, with questions and answers discussed during this session.
The Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese would like to thank NSW Health Western Sydney Local Health District for their support and assistance in providing such a great information about health to our New Arrived Refugees and migrants.
More information sessions will follow in the near future.
For further information about the SETS project and its activities and courses running in the future, please contact Fr Fadi Nemme on 0416 730 720.
SETS project is funded by the Department of Social Services through the Assyrian Australian Association.