Dear Mount Sinai Mental Health Providers,
The Mount Sinai Human Rights Program is currently seeking volunteer physicians, psychologists, nurse practitioners, and mental health LCSWs to evaluate the growing number of evaluation requests that the program receives. In particular, there is a shortage of available psychiatrists, psychologists, mental LCSWs to complete these essential evaluations for asylum seekers. The medical evidence provided by volunteers through an examination, medical affidavit, and oral testimony is often the difference between an individual being granted asylum and relief from deportation or being forced to return to persecution in their home countries. Health providers are uniquely positioned to work at this intersection of health, human rights and social justice, and to make an impact on the lives of those who have faced egregious human rights abuses.
The Mount Sinai Human Rights Program - Clinic Management and Recruitment Teams
(Aislyn DiRisio MS1, Blean Girma MPH, Vedika Kumar MS1, Clifford Liu MS1, Lodoe Sangmo MS1, Varsha Subramaniam MS1)
Note: There is an upcoming training for interested providers on Saturday, March 17th from 9 AM-3 PM in the Weill Auditorium on Cornell’s medical campus. The auditorium is located at 1300 York Ave. New York, NY. If you are interested in attending, kindly complete this registration form.
Please feel free to reach out to us if there are any questions or if we can be of assistance in any way. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org