Direct Humanitarian Services


Treatment, Self-Help, Resilience Building, and Empowerment


 


< Disaster Health Care Field Clinics >

Direct treatment field clinics providing emergency psychosocial and medical services to refugees at various sites in Jordan, while also providing supervised practical field experience for trainees in the Social Health Care training program. ....

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< Pilot Service Projects >

The central mission of CBI’s Social Health Care program is local capacity building through training new service providers and strengthening existing local service NGOs. As such it develops and operates community-based, wholistic psychosocial services as pilot projects to:

1) Provide direct psychosocial treatment services to individuals and communities experiencing profound trauma and psycho-emotional suffering,
2) Model and demonstrate treatment approaches and methods,
3) Provide practical field experience and supervision for trainees in the use of learned skills, and
4) Demonstrate effective community-based service delivery models that can be established, operated, sustained, and replicated in conditions where:

  • there are large at-risk populations experiencing overwhelming hardship and suffering, including pervasive trauma, upheavel, and loss,
  • the human service infrastructure is either significantly under developed or severely compromised due to war, catastrophe, or turmoil, and
  • there are scarce material and skill resources.

CURRENT SERVICE PROJECTS:

 

Trauma-Informed Educational Recovery Project For Syrian Refugee Students

A pilot project integrating trauma healing, recovery, and resilience building for Syrian refugee children and their families into the regular school setting.  The project is also appropriate for other vulnerable populations.

Purpose:
• To demonstrate a trauma-informed school model serving the psych-emotional and educational needs of at-risk students and their families where trauma is an active element and influencer, as well as supporting school staff in more effectively responding to unique needs of these students and families within the academic setting.
• To provide a viable and successful template for scaling up and replicating the model at other schools in Jordan, and particularly schools serving refugee and at risk students.

Service Components:

Coping/Resilience Building: 

< Disaster Health Care Field Clinics >

Direct treatment field clinics providing emergency psychosocial and medical services to refugees at various sites in Jordan, while also providing supervised practical field experience for trainees in the Social Health Care training program. ....

Learn full details here



 

< Pilot Service Projects >

The central mission of CBI’s Social Health Care program is local capacity building through training new service providers and strengthening existing local service NGOs. As such it develops and operates community-based, wholistic psychosocial services as pilot projects to:

1) Provide direct psychosocial treatment services to individuals and communities experiencing profound trauma and psycho-emotional suffering,
2) Model and demonstrate treatment approaches and methods,
3) Provide practical field experience and supervision for trainees in the use of learned skills, and
4) Demonstrate effective community-based service delivery models that can be established, operated, sustained, and replicated in conditions where:

  • there are large at-risk populations experiencing overwhelming hardship and suffering, including pervasive trauma, upheavel, and loss,
  • the human service infrastructure is either significantly under developed or severely compromised due to war, catastrophe, or turmoil, and
  • there are scarce material and skill resources.

CURRENT SERVICE PROJECTS: