Aid workers, responders, and caregivers risk their health and safety to assist victims during the worst scenarios. This selfless work is vital, but has long-term consequences for their own well-being. When individuals and organizations have the support they need, the entire humanitarian project is stronger and people in need receive better help and care. Support for the Institute ensures responders get what they need, so they can keep on serving where they are needed most.
Over the last 15 years, we’ve accomplished a lot:
Hours of clinical psychological care
NGOs and nonprofit organizations partners
Hours of workshop training
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international humanitarian agency, providing assistance to 130 million people in more than 110 countries and territories. With such a large service area, their team members face a variety of challenges to their resilience.
Heart to Heart International is a medical disaster response organization that reached out to Headington Institute after hearing about our work with another medical NGO.
San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health is located less than 50 miles from Headington HQ. They provide necessary and ongoing community mental health support.
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Together we can prepare responders to be ready when we need them, remain at their best during a crisis, and recover sufficiently to keep serving.