Program for Survivors of Torture and Severe Trauma at Northern Virginia Family Service

The Program for Survivors of Torture and Severe Trauma (PSTT), is a program of Northern Virginia Family Service’s (NVFS) Multicultural Center in Falls Church, Virginia. NVFS’ Multicultural Center provides a wide range of immigration legal, mental health, and case management services, particularly for individuals and families new to the United States. Services are linguistically sensitive, culturally sensitive, and trauma-informed. Torture treatment services were established in 1998.

Address: 

6400 Arlington Blvd, Suite 110
Falls Church, VA 22042

NCTTP Member: 

Yes

Phone Number: 

Do you have to be a survivor of torture to be eligible for your services?: 

While being a survivor of torture is necessary to be eligible for the PSTT program specifically, this is not a requirement to participate in services generally at Northern Virginia Family Service.

Referral Information: 

To make a referral, please contact the Multicultural Center Intake and Referral Coordinator at 571-748-2818 or by emailing mcir@nvfs.org, or by going to our website at Multicultural Center - Northern Virginia Family Service.

Services Provided: 

  • Legal Services
  • Medical Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Social Services

Expanded details of program’s services: 

The Program for Survivors of Torture and Severe Trauma (PSTT), is a program of Northern Virginia Family Service’s (NVFS) Multicultural Center in Falls Church, Virginia. NVFS’ Multicultural Center provides a wide range of immigration legal, mental health, and case management services, particularly for individuals and families new to the United States. Services are linguistically sensitive, culturally sensitive, and trauma-informed.

Key Partners in Direct Care (Please send referrals to healing center first): 

Key partners for medical care include: Neighborhood Health, HealthWorks for Northern Virginia, Arlington Free Clinic, Loudoun Free Clinic, Mason and Partners (MAP) Clinics.

If someone is not eligible for your services do you assist with local referrals?: 

Yes