The success of Utah Health and Human Rights programs affirms the widely held belief that survivors of severe human rights abuses need integrated services that sensitively and effectively address their complex psychological, physical, social, and cultural needs. We recognize that only when the pain, loss, and grief associated with torture and trauma are addressed and resiliency is restored can survivors begin to work toward integration and self-sufficiency.
We practice a client centered approach to the delivery of services. Our services are sensitive to the cultural, religious, and linguistic needs of each client.
Utah Health and Human Rights assists survivors of severe human rights abuses in their recovery and process to become self-sufficient by providing the following services:
- Individual psychotherapy
- Group psychotherapy and psychoeducation
- In-house psychiatric clinic
- Medical assessment and advocacy
- Case management
- Legal representation for torture survivors seeking asylum