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Healing Circle Empowers Refugee and Immigrant Mothers to Overcome Trauma and Stress



In a recent event hosted by the Congolese Health Board, refugee and immigrant mothers came together for a women's healing circle to address the barriers preventing them from achieving the American dream. Through discussions, studies, and mental health support, the program aims to educate and empower the community.

During the healing circle, participants learned techniques to identify and heal from past traumas, emphasizing the importance of self-care before helping others. The key message of the event was, "We have to heal together from all stresses before we can truly help someone else."

The atmosphere was filled with love and support, leaving everyone feeling lighter and more connected. The event provided a safe space for these mothers to support each other on their healing journeys.

This initiative highlights the importance of addressing mental health and trauma within immigrant and refugee communities. By coming together and supporting one another, these mothers are taking steps towards healing and empowerment.

The Congolese Health Board's women's healing circle is a powerful example of community support and resilience in the face of adversity. As we continue to work towards the American dream, it is crucial to prioritize mental health and self-care.



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