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Experiences With the Medical and Health Systems for Somali Refugees Living in Hamilton

New Zealand Journal of Psychology

Little is known about the health practices of refugee groups in New Zealand so the present research aimed to provide an overview of the reported health status and the barriers to health service uti

Best Practices: Somali Mental Health Support Program

Ontario Trillium Foundation

This report provides an overview of a suggested best practices approach to assisting Somali families dealing with mental health issues.

Northwest Somali Community Center (NWSCC)

NWSCC is a Somali community organization that coordinates direct services such as homelessness prevention, resettlement counseling, and referrals to other social service organizations for Somali re

Quality Benchmark for Cultural Competence Project

This tool provides strategies for early childhood programs to integrate cultural and linguistic competence into their services through policiy, team building, and program development.

National Standards on Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS)

The CLAS standards are primarily directed at health care organizations; however, individual providers are also encouraged to use the standards to make their practices more culturally and linguistic

Georgetown University National Center for Cultural Competence (NCCC)

The mission of NCCC at the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development is to increase the capacity of health care and mental health care programs to design, implement, and evaluate

Circles of Care: Creating Models of Care for American Indian and Alaska Native Youth

In the winter 2010 issue of their newsletter, SAMHSA featured Circles of Care, a program that supports tribal communities in developing culturally appropriate strategies to address the behavioral a