- Americans need to take a stand and condemn torture in Wednesday Journal (April 16, 2008) by senior director Mary Lynn Everson
- Interpreting the Silences in Chicago Tribune (March 4, 2007) by volunteer French interpreter Judith Weinstein
- Make sure to read Through a Healing Lens: The Marjorie Kovler Center Quilts, as recently published in the Autumn 2012 issue of Wheaton College Alumni Magazine.
- Hektoen International featured Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center regarding a collaborative photography project with Wheaton College and art installation by survivor and activist Dr. Irene Martinez.
- Charitable Hearts and Hands in massage & bodywork (March/April 2009) featuring volunteer massage therapist Marion Morgan.
- Caring for Victims of Torture in Nursing Spectrum (January 28, 2008) featuring family nurse practitioner Mary Tornabene.
- Listen to the interview with Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center's Marianne Joyce on WBEZ's Worldview As part of a weeklong focus on trauma, Marianne talks about how women are affected by torture and the process of healing. September 7, 2012 Chicago Public Radio
- Listen to Dan Weissman's story on NPR Latino USA as broadcast on August 17, 2012! SURVIVING TORTURE: THE SUPER MARIOS STORY.
- WBEZ's Worldview interview with senior director Dr. Mary Fabri and filmmakers of the documentary Beneath the Blindfold, Ines Sommer and Kathy Berger March 11, 2011 Chicago Public Radio
- Psychological Trauma in Iraqi Kurdistan June 4, 2008 Chicago Public Radio
- Global Activism: Congolese Torture Survivor Aids His Village April 20, 2006 Chicago Public Radio
- Global Activism: Sex, Honor, and Shame: Recovering From Trauma—From Chicago to Rwanda March 9, 2006 Chicago Public Radio
- A Speciality in Recovery from Torture Heartland Alliance News Winter 2011
Associate Director and licensed clinical social worker Mary Bunn discusses healing from the trauma of torture.
Torture survivor speaks about her experience after her husband was kidnapped in 1984 by Guatemalan soldiers.
The emphasis throughout Heartland Alliance's programs is on serving and creating opportunities for people who have no other place to go, those whose circumstances leave them beyond the reach of typical social service programs. With services designed to be comprehensive, respectful, and effective, Heartland Alliance provides a chance for a safer and better life for people for whom society has no other answers.