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The position involves using active listening, interpersonal and communication skills to offer short-term counselling to callers with diverse needs. Comprehensive training will be provided. Volunteer counselors are expected to complete 12 to 15 shifts in the first six months and to occasionally represent Naseeha at community events. Successful applicants will be required to provide a […]

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My name is Yaseen Poonah, I have co-founded an organization called Naseeha – Muslim Youth Helpline back in 2007. The helpline is aimed at providing peer to peer counselling and support Muslim youth all across North America. As not only the founder but as a counsellor as well, I’ve had the chance to see firsthand […]

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The worst possible combination when living in North America is being Muslim and being a youth. As if one or the other wasn’t hard enough, the combination of the two is lethal. Parents don’t get you and you have a hard time making and keeping friends. You’re always battling between culture and religion, and no […]

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Our Internal Relations Director, Assya Moustaqim-Barrette, recently presented a TedX talk on the youth struggle in today’s changing society, and how we need to support them in order to ensure their success. This topic is, of course, central to Naseeha’s mission. The speech was presented at the My Voice Canada’s Women’s Gala. Over 100 youths and […]

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