The Philadelphia Refugee Mental Health Collaborative
The Philadelphia Refugee Mental Health Collaborative (PRMHC) is a group of resettlement agencies, mental health providers, physicians and arts organizations working to link refugees to culturally and linguistically appropriate mental health care. We use a multidisciplinary, trauma-informed approach to help families process past exposure to violence and current resettlement stress through therapy, support groups and community-building arts projects.
Core Partner organizations include: LCFS (Lead), Nationalities Service Center, HIAS and Council, Nemours Pediatrics, Belmont Center for Comprehensive Care and BuildaBridge. Additional partners include: Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, Jefferson Department of Family and Community Medicine and Hall Mercer.
-Refugee Emotional Screening Tool
-Network of Mental Health Providers
-Community-Building and Art Therapy
-Ethnic Community-Based Case Aides
Click here to listen to an exciting interview about PRMHC!