Collaborate for Impact

Collaborations and partnerships that help ensure that the experience of trauma is not a barrier to social and economic success.

QPASTT is always interested in collaborations and partnerships that help ensure that the experience of trauma is not a barrier to social and economic success for survivors of torture and trauma from refugee backgrounds.
We are particularly interested in:

  • Collaborations that address the social determinants of health, particularly education, employment and racism and discrimination
  • Collaborations that reduce the impact of trauma and disadvantage
  • Collaboration with clients, communities and other stakeholders to engage in applied research that inform QPASTT programs and services.

To get in touch with us about an opportunity to collaborate.

Email QPASTT