emotion something: The program was designed to develop newcomer youth skills and awareness of individual and community mental wellness, according to CBC. Participants were involved in emotional discussions that corresponded with the creation of the sculptures. The artwork was produced through an 8-week program called the Wellness Initiative for Newcomers or W.I.N. It was organized by Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women W5 and The Initiative Glengarry-Marentette Neighbourhood Renewal. The artwork was created to develop newcomer youth skills and awareness of individual and community mental wellness. What I saw happening with combining mental health and art is that with any emotion something beautiful can come out of it, Elzubeidi told CBC News. Leo Gil W5 mental wellness coordinator Hadeel Elzubeidi said about 30 teens aged 12-18 years old participated in the project. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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