Monday, September 25th, 2017

Information Guides

TheIG National Partnership for Community Training has compiled the following information guides to assist resettlement workers and mental health providers in their work with refugee mental health. 

 

A Toolkit for Healing the Wounds of Violence

Alternative Approaches to Refugee Mental Health

Assisting Refugees in Applying for Disability Exceptions for U.S. Citizenship

Community Engagement: Effective messaging and trauma-informed care approaches

Domestic Violence in a Refugee Context

Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Programs, Policies, and Partnerships (August 2016)

Emergency and Psychological Preparedness: Supporting Survivors and Ourselves During Crises

Group Treatment

Health Promotion for Torture and Trauma Survivors

Language Access: Understand and advocate for your clients’ right to interpretation services

Making Specialized Referrals

Mental Health Interpretation: Program Structures and Funding Challenges

Mental Health Screening Tools and Referral Networks

Resiliency and Self-Sufficiency

Sexual Violence as a Tool of Torture and Weapon During Conflict

Strengthening the Congolese Community: Background, Resettlement and Treatment

Substance Abuse and the Torture Survivor Experience

Suicidality Among Refugees (June 2016)

Suicide Precaution-What Can I Do?

The Role of Advocacy in Capacity Building

The Role of Spirituality in the Treatment of Torture Survivors

Understanding and Treating the Deleterious Effects of Refugee Trauma on Health

Working Clinically with Traumatized Refugee Children and Families: A Case Example with Principles of Care

Working with Interpreters: Service Provision with Torture Survivors

Working with Refugees with PTSD

 

 

 

 





 

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