Five on Friday: Psychological First Aid for Displaced Families
Friday has arrived! Let’s dive into the inboxes of MCN staff, as we do every week, to see what we may have missed in the world of health justice.
Pam shared this press release on new research from the Federation of Associations of Schools of the Health Professions: Lack of Men of Color Graduating From the Health Professions Declared a Crisis by Association CEOs
Theressa enjoyed PBS NewsHour’s A Brief But Spectacular Take on Prioritizing Kinship Care
Kaethe recommended this useful resource for clinicians, from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, which is available in several languages and can be useful for newly arrived migrant and asylum-seeking families, or those displaced internally by a disaster: Psychological First Aid for Displaced Children and Families
Robert forwarded this Documented article: One Year in NYC: Migrants Still Fighting to Leave Shelters
Weekly Win: While Robert’s recommended piece shows New York’s continued struggles with caring for migrants, Claire’s Weekly Win highlights Chicago’s newly approved financial support to care for incoming asylum seekers. Chicago City Council Approves $51 Million in Aid for Migrants after Racially Heated Debate