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Immigration: Legal and Mental Health; Advocacy Issues
Objectives: Participants understand the importance of cultural and historical context when working with immigrants. Participants have an idea of what current laws affect immigrants. Participants are clear of what can be their roles as advocate in the micro and macro level regarding immigration issues. Participants take away information with resources aimed for Spanish speaking immigrants.
1.5 Social & Cultural Competence
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