Event: Women's Immigrant Health Program (Farsi)

Nov 3 - Dec 8

Immigrant Women’s Health Program (6 sessions)

Learn how to access the health care system and share this information with your family. Participants will learn:

  • Health and wellness information for women and the community
  • Confidence and motivation to access health services
  • Social network and support

Who can attend?
  • Immigrant women who are over 18 years
  • North Shore residents
  • Women interested in the health care system, who can commit to attending all the training sessions and share what they learn with their families
  • Permanent Residents, Canadian Citizens and Convention Refugees
To register contact: Nazila Safari, nazilas@nsms.ca or 604.988.2931

Organization Name:North Shore Multicultural Society
Event Type:Health
Start Date:2017-11-03 13:00
End Date:2017-12-08 15:00
Entry Fee:Free
Website:http://nsms.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Womens-Health_Farsi-Nov-2017.pdf
Email:nazilas@nsms.ca
Phone:604.988.2931
Location:
North Shore Multicultural Society
207-123 East 15th Street
North Vancouver
British Columbia

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