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Refugee & Immigrant Mental Health Services

Our Refugee and Immigrant Counseling and Case Management (RICCM) program works with children, youth, adults, elders and families who have emigrated to the United States. People may have experienced emotional and behavioral challenges and problems for a variety of reasons. They may be having difficulties  due to transitions, trauma, and making adjustments to a new culture and new life. Our staff provides counseling and case management services in 15 languages to a client base of 150 people from 25 different countries.

What services are provided?

The RICCM program offers traditional counseling and case management services, as well as specialized support groups for new Americans. 

  • For more information, please call 844-292-0111.
  • Interpreters are used to work with clients who speak languages not represented by our staff.

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