National Partnership for Community Training

National Partnership for Community Training

National Partnership for Community Training (NPCT) is the Office of Refugee Resettlement’s national mental health technical assistance program for refugee service providers. NPCT develops the capacity of resettlement and other refugee programs across the U.S. to help them meet the mental health needs of refugees. Working with a wide array of subject matter experts, NPCT promotes research into best practices for addressing refugee mental health and ensures that providers have the resources to implement trauma-informed holistic services for refugees.

Contact Information

7925 NW 12th St., Suite 410
Doral, FL 33126
Tel:  786.336.1107
Fax:  786.336.1114

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Addressing refugees’ mental health needs



Providing information about important issues in the torture treatment field,  effective interventions, and challenges faced by survivors of torture.

Information Guides

Providing information guides to assist resettlement workers and mental health providers in their work with refugee mental health.

Wellness Country Guides

Providing practical insights and everyday applications for resettlement workers and mental health providers working with resettled refugees.

Distance Learning

The NPCT’s free E-Learning course is an annual program designed to bring like-minded individuals together to delve into relevant topics and create sustainable action items to address topics.

Technical Assistance

Use the technical assistance request form to reach out to NPCT to request technical assistance in the form of a consultation call.

Tools & Resources

Providing a list of tools to utilize in all areas of education, training, reference, resource, and work with refugees.

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