CARRE provides timely and relevant linguistically and culturally appropriate resources to effectively support forcibly displaced families and children coping with traumatic stress. These resources are created in-house by CARRE and the IRC, as well as by community partners such as the NCTSN.  You can browse the library using the toolbar below, filtering by resource type, target audience, topics, and language, or use the search toolbar to find a specific resource quickly.

If you have any questions about available resources or usage, please reach out on our Contact Page!

Sesame Workshop: Displacement & Resettlement
CLUES (Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio)
Creating Supportive Environments When Scary Things Happen
Ukrainian Backgrounder
Measures that are Appropriate for Refugee Children and Families
CAB Corner: Participatory Translation Review Practices
CARRE at the NCTSN All-Network Conference