The Youth Wing presents – Psyche Hike, November 3rd

Come join us for Psyche Hike organized by Be Well Initiative. Share the joy of hiking and re-connecting with nature. We have limited slots available. Please register here to reserve your spot. Where: Shenandoah National Park, Mary’s Rock When: November 3rd. 2018 Time: 9:00am to 2pm Contact: Kshitij Neupane: 571-326-6996 Bihhaw Pokharel: Subham Gurung: 703-225-8253 Rideshare Available!

Effective parenting skills

Please join us to talk about effective parenting skills so we have better relationships with our children. Sunday, September 23 Social Hour – 1:00 – 2:00 PM Program Time – 2:00 – 4:00 PM Arlington Mill 909 South Dinwiddie Street, Arlington, VA 22204, Room Multi-Purpose 527A Contacts Krishna Desar (202) 640-8263 Sami Sapkota (703) 727-5531 […]

Mental Health and Youth Community Event

WHY: May is Mental Health Awareness Month so we would like to provide support to our community members so they can lead healthy and fulfilling lives! WHERE: Walter Reed Community Centers 2909 S. 16th Street   Arlington, VA 22204  (O: 703-228-6933) WHEN: Sunday, May 20th, 2018 TIME: 1pm-4pm COST: FREE and Light Snacks will be provided! […]

Reflection on Helping a community with a tragedy “Lets talk about Mental Health”

The Dec 3rd program was an event where community members came to learn, absorb, participate, and take home vital information and new ideas.  The mood in the room seemed both alive and sublime as if participants were revealing and expressing their authentic selves. From the get go, they were helping, cooperating, ready to give, receive, and share. Also, the media […]

Focus Groups

In a variety of BWI Focus Groups, despite cultural norms against the public airing of emotional or psychological issues, especially individual or family vulnerability, participants discussed painful issues with a candor and poignancy. Youth appear to be the most ready to open up about emotional and cultural challenges.

Stress/Needs Assessment Survey

A community stress and needs assessment survey was launched in July 2015. a) Over 20 diaspora organizations helped us obtain over 400 survey responses. The survey report will be released by mid 2017.

If you are having suicidal thoughts, feelings, or urges, contact emergency services at 911, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255