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Tip Sheet: HUD-Subsidized Refugee Residency Requirements

Author(s): Mercy Housing
Date: October 18, 2006
Topic(s): Housing
Subtopic(s): Federal Housing Programs
A frequent question from resettlement agencies is: Do refugees need to have a Social Security Card to be eligible for Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-subsidized Housing? The short answer is no; however, some subsidized housing providers are not aware that there are acceptable substitutes for a Social Security Card. This fact sheet will identify alternative …

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Typed fact sheet with SOAR logo and image of woman writing

Tip Sheet: Introduction to Case Management

Author(s): Project SOAR
Date: September 26, 2006
Topic(s): Case Management
This tip sheet reviews the basics of case management, including intake and assessment, goal development, intervention, monitoring and re-assessment, and termination. This resource is designed for ethnic community-based organizations (ECBOs).

Tip Sheet: Active Tuberculosis (TB) Disease

Author(s): State of Minnesota Department of Health
Date: February 14, 2005
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): Tuberculosis
This fact sheet gives general information about active tuberculosis (TB) disease including symptoms, complications, tests, and treatment.

Tip Sheet: Talking to Children about War and Terrorism 

Author(s): National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
Date: February 19, 2003
Topic(s): Child, Youth, and Family Services, Mental Health and Wellness
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Wellbeing
This resource provides parents and caregivers with information about how to talk to children about war and terrorism. It offers tips on planning before you talk to children, talking to children of different ages, monitoring children’s exposure to the media, sharing your own opinions and beliefs, recognizing which children may need special attention, and supporting …

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