Reviving Hope and Home – RHH is a flexible, individualized program for Government Assisted Refugee mothers to help them build connections and settle in Canada.
Government Assisted Refugee (GAR) women and children are among the most victimized and vulnerable newcomers to Canada and too frequently arrive struggling with the impact of severe trauma that prolongs and frustrates their settlement process.
Reviving Hope and Home (RHH) is a modified HIPPY program that focuses on helping GAR mothers settle in Canada. RHH is individualized by an outreach worker who assesses each family’s needs and develops a plan to deliver the right services at the right time. HIPPY staff are trained to provide referrals and resources to families. Some of the curriculum is translated to help mothers comprehend the material. Additional curriculum is used based on the individual family’s needs.
- Government Assisted Refugee (GAR)
- Mother with a child between the ages 3-5 years old
- 1-hour weekly virtual home visits
- Access to curriculum and books
- Tailored settlement action plan developed with an Outreach Worker
- Flexible learning paths and supports
The program is currently opening to new clients. To join the program or refer a client, please contact:
- Shinda: 604-351-0992
- Maryam: 604-351-0764
- Nesreen: 604-351-3471