Community Engagement Strategy
- To recognize community as a unit of identity and build on the strengths and resources within the community, in an effort to promote a co-learning and empowering processes, to tackle the ‘social’ causes of mental health symptoms.
- To build and constantly expand a community that allows those who are experiencing mental health issues to form connections which help them thrive physically, mentally and emotionally through a sense of belonging, and a safe platform to explore ideas and share their own experiences.
- To move away from the conventional approaches to mental health, to a more holistic understanding by finding linkages with a multitude of fields such as law, environment, sociology, economics and anthropology.
- To use creative arts as a means of making the invisible symptoms of mental health more ‘visible’.