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In the Media

  • Announcing: Kovler Center Child Trauma Program (KCCTP)

    Kovler Center Child Trauma Program (KCCTP) is a program of Marjorie Kovler Center for survivors of torture. KCTC is dedicated to providing high quality trauma-informed, culturally, and linguistically responsive treatment and services to immigrant and refugee youth and families who experienced trauma as a result of war, terrorism, forced migration, family separation, state sponsored torture, …

  • HAI Enters Partnership With the Embassy of Norway in Lebanon

    ANNOUNCEMENT: Heartland Alliance International (HAI) is pleased to announce that it has entered into partnership with the Embassy of Norway in Lebanon in a project entitled, Access for All: Integrating Sexual and Reproductive Health Services and Responses to Gender-Based Violence. Objective: Access for All seeks to enhance the safety and wellbeing of Syrian refugee women …

  • HAI at International AIDS Conference

    In late July, Heartland Alliance International participated in the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam.  Our teams from Nigeria and Côte d’Ivoire presented seven posters, and had one poster discussion on a variety of issues surrounding the prevalence of HIV/AIDS among key populations. Poster topics included the higher prevalence and greater risk of STIs/HIV among men …

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A Global Vision from the Heartland

  • Empowered Women Empower Women: Q & A with Nicole St. Jean

    March 2019 In celebration of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting empowered women who are paving the road and empowering female leaders of the future. Dr. Nicole St. Jean is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Director of Kovler Child Trauma Center, a program of Marjorie Kovler Center. Dr. St. Jean specializes in providing trauma-informed …

  • How are Women Surviving the Crisis in Venezuela?

    March 2019 Español  Since 2016, more than one million Venezuelans have arrived in Colombia. 44% of whom are women. Loyal to their bold and courageous spirit, these women have embarked on an unknown journey. Martha, one of many women who left their home behind in 2016, reached Cali, Colombia looking for a better life for …

  • World Mental Health Day 2018: ‘Young People and Mental Health in a Changing World.’

    October 2018 By Emily Schwab, Mental Health Officer, Heartland Alliance International Today, October 10, is World Mental Health Day. On this day, we reflect upon the importance of mental health around the world by celebrating our successes and acknowledging how much work is still needed to support survivors of trauma around the world. We at …

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