With the aim of promoting well being throughout the lifespan, MEF PEEP-TERS Extension Institute is delivering services for addiction and behavioural health rehabilitation in Ghana.. (more...)
Chairman and Coordinator of The Proposed Center, George Awuah Fosu and former USA Assistant Surgeon General, Senior Advisor to the World Health Organization on Mental Health issues, and Director for Mental Health Services Carter Center Dr. Bornemann at a meeting at the Carter Center to discuss changes to Psychological Care in Ghana and Africa.
In addition to behavior health and addiction programs, MEF encourages mission trips from impassioned Americans and also provides educational and service opportunities for students and practitioners both in the United States and Ghana. This includes: Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) unit class to educate, spiritual leaders in health care personnel to utilize a holistic approach when caring for those suffering from behavior health and addiction issues.
The goal is also to provide opportunities for students from Emory University community to learn and serve through summer programs in Ghana by providing valuable global contextual healthcare experience while learning a bit of history and culture.