Navigating Through the U.S. Health Care System for Immigrants, Refugees and Migrants is a set of books to help non-English speaking newcomers to the United States learn about the U.S. health care system.
New arrivals from other countries are often confused by the differences between the U.S. health care system and that of their home countries.
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Navigating Resource Guides in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Russian can be downloaded from this website by clicking on your language preference
To bridge the information gap Navigating Through the U.S. Health Care System for Immigrants, Refugees and Migrants was created with the following components:
Both guides are available in English and Spanish. Guides in Arabic, Russian and Vietnamese.
Each has been specifically researched and written with culturally appropriate perspectives and explanations relevant to each of the four newcomer populations.
In addition to answering questions such as:
It includes information about the socio-cultural components of health care:
If you are a community support provider and wish to receive your personal copy of book 1 (soft cover of Navigating in Russian, Arabic, or Vietnamese), please contact Valerie McAllister at firstname.lastname@example.org