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Summer/Fall 2004: Diverse Communities

September 29, 2004

Bridging Gaps in Mental Health Care.

IN THIS ISSUE: Interview with Dr. Marie Bountrogianni – Quilt of Honour – The Healing Dance – The Homeless Maze – HIV/AIDS and Mental Illness – Connecting with the Deaf Community - Found in Translation.

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Editorial: Diversity and Health

Personal Politics

Dr. Marie Bountrogianni’s community roots and career in psychology were good preparation for her twin portfolio in the new provincial government<

Quilt of Honour

Advocating for children’s mental health

The Healing Dance

Helping Aboriginal communities recover from the trauma of residential schools

The Homeless Maze

Cornerstone Community Association helps dispel myths and misconceptions about homelessness

Connecting with the Deaf Community

The Canadian Hearing Society’s CONNECT program reaches out to Ontarians with hearing loss and mental health problems

Found in Translation

Cross-cultural initiatives at CMHA Toronto create culturally competent mental health services

Bridging the Gap: HIV/AIDS and Mental Illness

Support workers at McEwan House and researchers with the Adding Life to Years project share a common goal — breaking down the silos in community health care

WEB EXTRAS

Different Disabilities


Re: Cover
Jennifer Osborn, Immigrant Song (mixed media, 12” x 12”). Reproduced by permission. A consumer and a young woman of considerable artistic talent, Osborn created the original artwork for the Emerging into Light logo, a symbol of courage, resilience and recovery. She is currently studying art at the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Oakville, Ontario.

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