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.

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A Socio-Culturally, Linguistically-Responsive, and Trauma-Informed Approach to Mental Health Interpretation
Introduction to Working with Interpreters
 Documentation and Benefit Eligibility for Ukrainians
Spotlight: Equity in Response – The Right to Seek Safety
The Ukrainian Crisis Cultural Backgrounder for Staff
Clinical Considerations for Newcomers from Ukraine