Posted in Young Adults | July 25, 2018 |
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By Kamiesha Cooper
My first experience with depression was when I was 5 years old, growing up in Alabama.
Center for Pan Asian Community Services
As a person who works in the limited English proficient, immigrant, and refugee communities, CLAS is a matter of whether someone will gain access to essential health services or not.
Here’s a story from our community that has stuck with me, to illustrate the difference that Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) can make.
NQ was a young and vibrant student attending one of the most prestigious high school in her state. She had difficulty with settling in her school and suffered from severe depression for some time...