Here are other local and national agencies we recommend that provide direct services:
To make a referral please visit our referral page here.
We are pleased to announce that due to additional funding, our team at the Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights is now able to see a broader range of clients beyond our previous restriction to only survivors of torture. Due to the increasing demand for our services, we are re-evaluating our immigration-related activities. Effective October 11th, we will only be providing psychological treatment letters for affirmative cases, including requests for expedition. Full psychological evaluations remain available for defensive cases for clients who are in care with our Center. We are unable to accept referrals which are only for psychological evaluation without treatment. This policy will remain in effect until further notice. As always, psychological affidavits and treatment letters will be provided at the discretion of the clinician. Being seen for an intake does not guarantee that a treatment letter or affidavit will be provided.
When referring clients to our program, please use the attached referral form. Often times, clients are instructed to come to our program in person rather than a referral being sent. Use of this form allows our team to focus on providing ongoing care rather than providing assessment of client needs as walk ins. It also saves the client from the often difficult experience of explaining their history to a stranger in brief encounter.
We look forward to our expanded mission and to working together with our legal and community partners as we manage this transition.