HEAL Refugee Health and Asylum Collaborative

Project Status:

Ongoing Projects

Lead Faculty:

Nicholas C. Cuneo

The Johns Hopkins, Esperanza and Loyola (HEAL) Refugee Health and Asylum Collaborative is a partnership among Johns Hopkins University, the Esperanza Center/Catholic Charities, and Loyola University Maryland to increase access to forensic physical and psychological evaluations, mental health care, and other services to survivors of torture and trauma seeking refuge in the United States.


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