Road to Health Toolkit

This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) toolkit is for CHWs, nurses, health educators, dietitians, and others working with populations at high risk for type 2 diabetes. The toolkit was designed for African American/African Ancestry and Hispanic/Latino communities, but can appeal to any audience.

Successful Adjustment for Refugee Youth

Refugee youth are often burdened by past traumatic experiences while undergoing stress related to resettlement. Supporting refugee youth can aid their successful adjustment to life in the U.S., thereby preventing negative social, psychological, and academic consequences.

Continue the dialogue from the February 8, 2012 webinar, Strong Roots, Bright Futures: Promoting the Successful Adjustment of Refugee Youth co-sponsored by Bridging Refugee Youth & Children’s Services (BRYCS) and RHTAC.

What are your thoughts on refugee youth and their adjustment to life in the U.S.? Leave your comments below.