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$25 Provides One Day of Social Worker Home Visits to
     •  Support former child soldiers in their school setting
     •  Visit patients’ homes for family strengthening sessions
     •  Visit patients for follow-up and therapy

$75 Provides a Full Course of Treatment to a Trauma Patient in Uganda Recovering from Traumatic Depression or PTSD

$100 Provides a Day of Patient Outreach at a Refugee Camp

$125 Keeps the Doors of a Trauma Clinic Open for One Full Day

$150 Trains One Mental Health Worker at the PCAF Pan-African Conference on Psychotrauma

$175 Provides Cell Phones and Airtime for Patient Follow-Up for One clinic for an Entire Year

$600 Keeps a Clinic Open for One Week

$1,000 Provides Specialized Training for Senior Clinic Staff

$3,000 Provides a Week-Long Training Workshop for all PCAF Mental Health Workers in Uganda

$5,000 Publishes One Issue of the African Journal of Traumatic Stress

$10,000 Adapts a PCAF Training Manual for Use in a New Post-Conflict Country

$30,000 Keeps the Doors of a Trauma Clinic Open for One Full Year

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“After losing Peter on 9/11, I know what it is like not to be able to get out of bed because of the pain. I also know what it is like to find a reason to live. It is people like you who help treat the millions affected by war and terrorism who are my reason.”
— Liz Alderman, mother of     Peter C. Alderman

 

 
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