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From the Field: Therapy Through Dragon Ball Z

Paola Padron is a Senior Social Services Coordinator in KIND’s Atlanta office and has been with KIND since August 2021. Paola supports unaccompanied children who…...

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Asylum seeker children play while waiting for US Customs and Border Protection agents to allow them enter the country at the San Ysidro crossing port on the US-Mexico border.

KIND’s Language Access Working Group Helps Indigenous Language Speakers

Discover how LAWG is dedicated to better serving Indigenous language clients, ensuring access to vital legal and psychosocial services. Learn about the challenges faced when…...

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Spotlight on KIND’s Language Access Working Group

KIND, a global organization serving children from 80 countries, prioritizes language access through its Language Access Working Group (LAWG). With a focus on Indigenous language…...

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KIND staff engaging with migrant children for World Refugee Day event.

KIND Celebrates World Refugee Day in Tapachula, Mexico

Last month, KIND staff in Tapachula, Mexico, celebrated World Refugee Day with children, youth, and families on the move and members of the local community…...

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KIND staff at the U.S.-Mexico border on the bridge.

From the Field: Director of Latin American Policy Catherine Mongeon describes visit to U.S.-Mexico Border

Last month I visited the KIND offices in El Paso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico to meet with my colleagues on both sides of the border…...

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Migrant children laugh and get ahead with the help of a shopping cart with numerous migrants walking towards the US border.

KIND Recognizes Children on the Move on World Refugee Day

Children make up less than one third of the global population, but more than 40 percent of the world’s refugees. The number of refugee and…...

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Pop No'j works with migrant children as they hold up positive affirmation cards.

Helping Children Reintegrate: KIND Visits Partner Organizations in Honduras and Guatemala

Unaccompanied children returning to their countries of origin often face the same conditions that caused them to leave in the first place: violence, loss of…...

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Mental Health and Unaccompanied Children: An Interview with Humanitarian Psychiatrist Dr. Suzan Song

Dr. Suzan Song is a humanitarian psychiatrist and leading expert in trauma-informed clinical care, research, and public health policy for vulnerable populations, including unaccompanied children.…...

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Newark office play therapy workshop to help facilitate post-traumatic healing

“Play is a child’s language”: Play Therapy and Addressing the Mental Health of Unaccompanied Children

To recognize Mental Health Awareness Month this May, KIND reflects on the ways we support the mental health of unaccompanied children.   Unaccompanied children suffer…...

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