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Evaluators for Human Rights

The Arizona chapter of the Evaluation Alliance for Human Rights (EAHR) is looking for and in need of licensed clinicians to join our growing teams of volunteer evaluators using their clinical skills to engage human rights work!  To support the needs of clinicians in the field, we now offer our in-depth training modules online (Evaluation Alliance for Human Rights - Step 1: Prerequisite Modules) with the opportunity to earn 3 CEU credits through NASW.

Are you interested in learning how your clinical skills can uphold and protect the rights of asylum seekers navigating the barriers of the U.S. immigration system? Are you interested to volunteer your time and expertise to support asylum seekers and human trafficking survivors in their journey toward stability and safety?

Evaluations document the physical and psychological evidence of human rights abuses and the impact of these traumas on the individual in an expert witness affidavit. On average, an evaluation more than doubles the likelihood of an asylum-seeker winning their case to rebuild their live safely in the United Stated. Experience with intake interviews, assessments, and immigration evaluations are welcome, but not required. We see a very diverse range of case needs at EAHR; expertise in gender-based violence, trauma, LGBTQIA+ care, domestic violence, traumatic brain injuries, Spanish-language services, and child/youth specialists are commonly requested!

Learn more about the program, volunteer opportunities and access our online training modules by clicking HERE. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out –

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