Effectiveness and Sustainability of Using CRM in Low-resourced International Communities

This research seeks to evaluate the effectiveness and sustainability of implementing a wellness program to high-risk populations who have experienced significant manmade and/or environmental traumas by first providing a biologically based Community Resiliency Model (CRM) intervention directly to community members and then trainings a subset of these individuals to provide the intervention to others members of the community thereby increasing the capacity in low-resourced areas. Primary research locations include Sierra Leone, Philippines, and Nepal.

Project Faculty

Dr. Kimberly Freeman (PI)

Dr. Susanne Montgomery (Co-PI)

Dr. Beverly Buckles (Co-PI)

Dr. Adam Aréchiga

Dr. Zephon Lister