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refugee healthcare

USCRI's Refugee Mental Health Services was established in 2017 to support and develop health and wellness programs for refugees.

Health promotion is an important part of resettlement. To be successful at school or work, you need to take care of your health. Parents need to take care of their own health so they can help their children succeed. USCRI helps refugees and other eligible groups build a strong foundation for a healthy start through its medical screening program.

USCRI works with local resettlement agencies, federally eligible health centers, local health departments or area hospitals, laboratories, and drug wholesalers to coordinate medical screening programs. The local placement agency referred the patient to the screening program clinic to schedule an appointment.

USCRI manages Refugee Medical Assistance (RMA) and Refugee Medical Screening (RMS) funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Refugee Resettlement Administration.

About Mental Health Awareness Training

In 2018, RHS launched a mental health awareness training program. Through this program, USCRI Texas works with local immigrants and refugees to increase mental health awareness and available resources.

Also Read: Refugee Settlement Services


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