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Uploaded on May 5, 2010
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recognizes the unique mental health challenges facing immigrant and refugee children. Caring Across Communities is a national program supporting mental health services in schools. In fifteen sites across the country, the approach serves children from 55 foreign countries, who speak 33 different languages. An average of 3,000 students a year benefit from prevention, early intervention and treatment. In this video, the children of Somalian refugees are brought together with social workers and cultural brokers at Frederick Middle School in Dorchester, MA.