The Mount Sinai Human Rights Program is a faculty-student-run program which provides medical, social, and legal services to asyulm seekers to the U.S. who have undergone torture and human rights abuses in their home countries. Students and faculty partner to provide medical evaluations which record signs and symptoms of physical and psychological abuse, and the program further provides continuity medical and mental health care. This documentation of signs of torture may be used in conjunction with the legal asylum case. There are additional opportunities for students in the program in research, advocacy, education, fundraising, and publicity for those that are interested.
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