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What does HealTorture.org offer Service Providers?
How do I learn about the Healing Process?
What can I learn about via Webinars or by watching Videos?
What if I am a New Employee to a program serving torture survivors?
What resources are available to Students researching the healing process of torture survivors?

Q: I came here via a link - how do I find the resource I'm looking for?
A: Type your search term in the search box in the upper right corner!

We encourage people who are serving survivors of torture to submit resources to this website.

Update to site monitoring visits by ORR

Two new guidelines have been added for agencies anticipating site visits from the Office of Refugee Resettlement:

  • Agencies should give clients a copy of the treatment plan in English, and, if possible, in the translated language of the client (if a translated plan was used). 
  • Clinicians should use interpreters (phone or in-person) when going over HIPAA/confidentiality. Use of an interpreter should be documented in the case notes.

Office of Refugee Resettlement seeks Refugee Health Promotion grant reviewers

The Office of Refugee Resettlement's (ORR) Administration for Children and Families (ACF) is happy to announce a great opportunity for interested individuals to gain experience with the grant process as well as with ORR and refugee health priorities.

Case Management for Immigrant Survivors of Torture

Just published - an article by our colleagues Lisa Matos and Kelly Barneche, about doing case management remotely with survivors of torture. Fascinating stuff in telemedecine!

Guide to Services now available

We at the National Capacity Building Project are excited to share with you our newly revamped Guide to Services and welcome video, which details the technical assistance and trainings that are available to you this year.

Tour the site

Click here to take a quick tour of HealTorture.org and learn how it works.

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