LAAF Launches Mental Health Support Project For Boys In Juveniles, Refugee Camps & Rural Communities

LAAF launches Boys Mental Health Support Project for boys in juveniles, refugee camps and rural communities. Project Boys Mental Health Support (PBMHS) is an initiative of the Life After Abuse Foundation established with the vision to provide education, mentorship and counselling to boys who have suffered childhood trauma or abuse in their life time. Increasing boys’ mental health fosters recovery of communities, freedom of expression, peace, a more inclusive growth and ultimately breaks the stigma surrounding boys’ mental health. The initiative has received 46 volunteer applications from young change leaders in 5 states in Nigeria and Cameroon. These volunteers continue to implement projects in their local communities that advances boys’ mental health.

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55E, Adebisi Omotola Close,off Ajose Adeogun,
Victoria Island, Lagos State

55E, Adebisi Omotola Close,off Ajose Adeogun, Victoria Island, Lagos State

55E, Adebisi Omotola Close,off Ajose Adeogun, Victoria Island, Lagos State