CVT works around the world to increase the availability of high quality healing services for torture survivors and promote human rights advocacy in ways that are safe and effective. Our training initiatives are designed to build a network of healing professionals, where few exist, for those who participate in a CVT training project to continue providing healing services long after CVT leaves a country.
Healing in Northern Uganda is an initiative by CVT to provide mental health services to survivors of the war and to develop the ability of local organizations to provide healing services now and in the future.
New Tactics in Human Rights helps human rights defenders work more effectively so they can achieve their goals and better address human rights violations around the world.
CVT works with torture rehabilitation centers throughout the world to expand their ability to provide high quality mental health services to survivors and to build sound financially stable organizations.