How You Can Start Giving Back Today

The old clichĂ© about ‘What you sow is what you reap’ or ‘Givers and Takers’, the question is how would it feel for you to contribute to our work that will enable us to give, whereby you become the giver and CANS becomes the taker and on the other part, your support will enable CANS to become the giver and …

5 Least known factors about people suffering from mental health issues from BAME communities

1. Equality of Service Provision Here in Northern Ireland there are legislation that protects the rights of people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals and some migrants’ equal access to health and social care services. Mental health is one area where health inequalities arise. There is limited data to tell us about the mental health needs of Black, …

CANS – Our Roadmap for the future

Pupils in 21 primary schools do not speak English or Irish as a first language across Northern Ireland according to Robbie Meredith, BBC News NI Education Correspondent. We in CANS endeavour where possible to provide emotional and psychological support to people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities in addressing any issues that might be causing them problems or …