Florida Center for Survivors of Torture is a regional treatment center for refugees and others who are survivors of torture and extreme trauma. Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services is the lead agency in a collaboration with three area resettlement agencies (Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Lutheran Services Florida and World Relief) and the University of South Florida`s Medical School and School of Public Health.
The Centre for Torture Survivors in Finland (CTSF) carries out mental health work among immigrants. It is a specialized medical treatment unit that assesses, treats and rehabilitates refugees who are traumatized because they have been tortured in their home countries. The refugees` close relatives are also included in the treatment.
Survivors of Torture, International (SOTI) is an independent, non-profit organization founded in 1997 to care for survivors of politically-motivated torture and their families. It is based in San Diego, USA. SOTIs clients come from all over the world.
“ZEBRA” is a private and independent organization which offers council and care for foreigners in Austria since 1986. “ZEBRA” is an NGO working with migrants and refugees. (Also in German, Bosanski-Hrvatski-Srpski, Romanian, Turkish and French)
STTARS is a non-government, non-profit organisation incorporated in South Australia in 1991 which assists people who have experienced torture, war or trauma related to refugee experience.
ASeTTS is a non profit, non government organisation which provides treatment and support to people who have been tortured or traumatized by violent conflicts. Many of our clients are recent arrivals to Australia, although our services are available to all survivors whatever the length of their residence in Australia has been.
QPASTT aims to provide services which address the range of physical, psychological and social needs of refugee survivors of torture and trauma. We offer access to experienced professional staff who are qualified in psychology, social work and other human services disciplines with a flexible client-centered approach. Some staff are bilingual and interpreters are also used.
Health Works, is an independent non-profit organization. The programme is meant for refugees and other groups of people who have been traumatised by war, human rights violations, or other forms of organized violence. TPO works either in refugee camps or in communities that have been affected by organized violence. The international multi-site programme is active in Afghanistan, Burundi, Lesoto, South Sudan, Nepal and Colombia.