Mental Health & Well-Being

La Frontera, Inc.

La Frontera Center, Inc. has been helping southern Arizona’s children, adults, and families since 1968. The agency provides services at more than 20 locations in Pima County, where more than 17,000 people are served each year. Staff are experienced in working with immigrants and refugees and are trained in providing culturally competent care. Approximately 1/3 of the staff are bilingual. Prevention services provides all programming in 1st languages by employees recruited from the communities they serve and trained in the evidence-based models. Staff trained in serving the LGBTQ population are also available. Services available are based on financial eligibility. For more information visit the La Frontera website. http://www.lafronteraaz.org

MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES OF RESETTLED REFUGEES (ETHNOMED)

The International Red Cross Helps to Find Family Members

The aim of this service is to help people displaced by conflict or disaster to get back in touch. Refugees can access this service to help reconnect with loved ones. Click here.

Rainbow Bridges: A Community Guide to Rebuilding The Lives of LGBtI Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Published in 2012 – a downloadable guide from the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement. Click here