Tag: YMCA Malta
As a response to the Covid-19 situation in the Maltese Islands, where loneliness and solitude symptoms might arise from social alienation, YMCA Malta’s support has been lending a friendly ear the community members in need of someone to talk to.
The following text and poem were written by Beauty Ekator
As everyone is trying to cope with difficulties in adapting to changes brought about by Covid-19, services working with homeless individuals had growing concerns about the challenges that these clients are facing, especially as staying at home implies that everyone has a 'home'.
One of the fields in which the YMCA is involved in is a mixture of informal & non-formal education through various methods such as exchanges, placements, and internships.
As a response to Covid-19 spreading in the Maltese Islands, from which loneliness and solitude symptoms might arise from social alienation, YMCA Malta's support team will be offering support telephone calls to the community in need of someone to talk to.
A study about the opportunities of homeless women at Dar Niki Cassar, to break through the vicious cycle of homelessness in Malta, has been undertaken by Maartje Eline Broekroelofs, who is studying at the NHL Stenden University of Applied Science for YMCA Malta.
As a means to raise awareness about mental health wellbeing as well as to promote YMCA’s free psychotherapeutic and counselling services YMCA's...