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Newcomers Health Program

San Francisco Department of Public Health: The Newcomers Health Program is a clinic and community-based health program with the mission to promote the health and well-being of refugees, asylees, and immigrants throughout San Francisco. Newcomers Health collaborates with health centers and clinics to respond to the health and social needs of asylee, refugee and immigrant communities.

https://www.sfdph.org/dph/comupg/oprograms/CHEP/Newcomers/default.asp

UCSF Trauma Recovery

Official UCSF Trauma Recover Center: Serving those in our community who have suffered from trauma, violence, and loss, UCSF Trauma is dedicated to promoting healing by providing respectful, compassionate, and effective mental health and medical services.

trauamarecoverycenter.org

UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley Center for Middle Eastern Studies: Founded in 1963, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies promotes the interdisciplinary study of the Middle East at the University of California, Berkeley, and beyond, raising public awareness of the region’s diverse peoples and cultures and their connection to wider global contexts.

cmes.berkeley.edu

Stanford

The Stanford Refugee Research Project: The Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health strives to enable collaborative programs in global health for residents, medical students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and undergraduates by reaching across geographic, cultural, economic, and gender boundaries to inspire a new generation to work for social change, justice and increased equity in global health outcomes.

globalhealth.stanford.edu

American University of Beirut

American University of Beirut Refugee Health Program: Launched in June 2017, the Refugee Health Program (RHP) is a multidisciplinary program targeting refugee health from a global health perspective. The program constitutes a platform for active researchers to consolidate efforts in exploring the impact of protracted crises on the health and well-being of displaced populations and their host communities in the global south.

ghi.aub.edu.lb/rhp

AUST

American University of Science & Technology: The American University of Science and Technology (AUST) is a recognized institution of higher learning licensed by the Lebanese Government that is committed to excellence and freedom in teaching and research. AUST reflects the concerns of its founders that affordable American-styled education should be within the reach of all seekers without any form of discrimination or prejudice.

aust.edu.lb

UC Davis

UC Davis Ulysses Refugee Project: The UCDAR Consortium has launched a pilot project in Arab countries that are affected directly by the Syrian refugee crisis. UCDAR Consortium will develop a culturally-sensitive, gender-sensitive training program in refugee mental health, telemedicine, health informatics, and mobile health for primary care doctors and nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, medical, nursing, and public health students, refugee community health workers, and refugees.

sjoseph.ucdavis.edu

Cornell Medicine

Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Human Rights: An organization comprised of a diverse and growing team of volunteer clinicians and medical students committed to serving asylum seekers and educating health professionals as well as the general public about the asylum process.

humanrights.weill.cornell.edu

Society of Refugee Healthcare

The North American Society of Refugee Health Providers: A dedicated group of medical providers, nurses, social workers, researchers, coordinators and many other professionals that spend much of their workday caring for newly-arriving refugees.  The mission of the organization is to educate, coordinate, and provide a forum for communication by which members can become more informed about best practices in refugee healthcare.

http://refugeesociety.org/