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Media Contact: Jenni Bowring-McDonough, media relations manager, jbowring [at] cvt.org, 612.436.4886 or mobile 651.226.3858.

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CVT has experts who can speak on a broad range of issues related to CVT’s work, including working with refugees, mental health care and rehabilitation after torture, policy and sustainable healing after war. 


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CVT adheres to HIPAA regulations at all times. An informed consent process is part of any request for interviews with clients, and can take several weeks.

 

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Effects of Torture

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The Hidden Harm

 

Defining Torture

Torture is a deliberate and systematic dismantling of a person’s identity and humanity through physical or psychological pain and suffering. Torture’s purpose is to destroy a sense of community, eliminate leaders, create a climate of fear, and produce a culture of apathy. The most common forms of torture reported by CVT clients are beatings and psychological torture. It is estimated that there are more than 50,000 torture survivors in Minnesota and as many as 1.3 million in the U.S.

 

 

 

 

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Healing

We heal victims of torture through unique services and professional care worldwide.

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Training

We strengthen partners who heal torture survivors and work to prevent torture.

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Advocacy

We advocate for the protection & care of torture survivors and an end to torture.

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