U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI)

 

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Gender-Based Violence

This informational guide provides information about gender-based violence (GBV), domestic violence (DV), and intimate partner violence (IPV), how to identify these forms of violence, how

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Poster

Wellness Helpline for Afghans

This poster, developed by USCRI, is intended to provide information to Afghan newcomers about the Wellness Helpline. The Wellness Helpline for Afghans offers counseling services

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This informational guide provides information about gender-based violence (GBV), domestic violence (DV), and intimate partner violence (IPV), how to identify these forms of violence, how to provide basic support to survivors without doing further harm, and available resources for survivors. The goal of this informational guide is to provide basic information and resources on how […]

This guide, developed by USCRI, discusses ways that service providers can talk to families and children about bullying. It is important that Afghan refugee families, parents/caregivers, and children/youth be educated on bullying, the different types of bullying, their right to a safe and inclusive school environment, and the importance of reporting incidents of bullying to […]

USCRI has developed this video with the purpose of educating service providers about the mental health and wellness risks faced by newcomers.

This video, created by USCRI, discusses what clients can expect at their child’s wellness check-ups.

This glossary, developed by USCRI, provides definitions to commonly used terms in the Mental Health First Aid profession.

This resource, created by the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, is intended to educate newcomer parents and children on the importance of body safety and consent. This guide is available in three languages: English, Dari, and Pashto.

This poster, developed by USCRI, is intended to provide information to Afghan newcomers about the Wellness Helpline. The Wellness Helpline for Afghans offers counseling services to newcomers who are experiencing sadness, anger, anxiety, fear, depression, difficulty sleeping, or any other distress.

Foreign national minors in the United States who have been subjected to a severe form of trafficking in persons are eligible for certain benefits and services under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, as amended. The Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP) funds case management services for qualifying minors. This toolkit uses notes, tips, […]