Our Work in Haiti: The Need

Lee-Ann GallaranoHaiti, Trauma0 Comments

By Lee-Ann Gallarano

Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) in Haiti has not only ensued from the physical, political and economic environments, but also from the internal devastation felt by the individual. Our team of Haitian health-care providers, educators and team leaders recognized their own pain and saw the need in their communities for support. Follow their journey as they work to heal Haiti form the individual to national levels.

About the Author

Lee-Ann Gallarano

Lee-Ann is a world wanderer, fearless food taster, returned Peace Corps Volunteer, and manager of the Global Trauma Relief Programs for CMBM.

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