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The IRC's NCTSN Category II Center for Adjustment, Resilience and Recovery (CARRE)

The International Rescue Committee is excited to launch a new multi-year project in the United States called the Center for Adjustment, Resilience, and Recovery (CARRE). CARRE’s work focuses on providing quality mental health and psychosocial support services for children and families who have experienced forced displacement by acting as a bridge between refugee/immigrant and mental health providers. CARRE’s aim is that people and agencies providing these services are trauma-informed, culturally appropriate, and guided by best practices. Learn more about CARRE in this introduction one-pager.

You can fill out a short survey to request training and technical assistance. You can also sign up for our mailing list, and you’re always welcome to email us with questions, comments or requests at CARRE [at] rescue.org.

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