SaeWoomTor Charitable Trust
Korean Mental Health & Addiction Awareness Group
is a charitable trust set up in 2009 to support and help Korean individuals and/or their families who suffer from mental illness and to give them hope for the future. The members are bi-lingual mental health and addiction professionals, including psychiatrist, social workers, nurses and counselors.
SaeWoomTor refers to a place where new sprouts burst open in spring, it is a symbol of hope for the future.
SaeWoomTor aims at promoting the mental health and wellbeing of all people in the Korean community by providing information, education and workshops as well as advocacy to the appropriate mental health services.
SaeWoomTor provides workshops for professionals sharing culturally appropriate service regarding Korean mental health.