The Marjorie Kovler Center for the Treatment of Survivors of Torture is a program of The Heartland Alliance in Chicago, Illinois. Kovler Center is one of the first torture treatment centers in the United States. Since 1987, Kovler Center has provided integrated, high-quality mental health, medical, and social services to survivors of politically-sanctioned torture and their families. A volunteer network of professionals provides psychotherapeutic and physical rehabilitation treatment services to survivors of torture. In addition to transforming the lives of individuals recovering from the complex consequences of politically-sanctioned torture, Kovler Center also trains and educates service providers locally and globally and advocates for the end of torture worldwide.
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The Marjorie Kovler Center program summary
They have also recently launched the Kovler Center Child Trauma Program which will expand our reach to serve immigrant and refugee children who have experienced trauma as a result of war, terrorism, forced migration, family separation, state sponsored torture, and resettlement.
1331 West Albion Avenue
Chicago, IL 60626