ORR Survivors of Torture Program Data Collection Update

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This webinar is presented by the National Capacity Building Project of the Center for Victims of Torture on behalf of the Survivors of Torture Program of the Office of Refugee Resettlement. It was recorded on October 4, 2016.

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Thursday, 06 October 2016

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The Office of Refugee Resettlement provided this webinar to update Survivors of Torture (SOT) grantees on its data collection process.  During the webinar, participants reviewed a draft of revised ORR program data points through the perspectives of research, program evaluation, and federal grant-making and program management.

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ORR Services for Survivors of Torture Program Data Points

Survivor of Torture Psychosocial Well-being Index-Short (SOT-PWI-S)

American Evaluation Association

National Capacity Building Project Evaluation

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Survivor of Torture Psychosocial Well-being Index (SOT-PWI)

For more information on the option to participate in SOT-PWI longitudinal research study, please contact Dr. Michaela Zajicek-Farber at farber@cua.edu

The National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs

The NCTTP Member Centers’ Research Project is enthusiastic to work with all NCTTP members and the ORR in this Data Venture for FY2017. We encourage ORR SOT Grantees which are not yet members of the NCTTP to consider membership. Contact Crystal Riley (rileyc@ohsu.edu) or Megan Berthold (megan.berthold@uconn.edu) for more information.

If you have questions about membership in the NCTTP, contact Mary Lynn Everson at 224-479-2701 or by email at meverson@heartlandalliance.org

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