USCRI: U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

Cultural Competency

When a professional forms a working relationship with a client of a different ethnic or cultural (or religious, socio-economic, etc.) background, the onus is on the professional to develop culturally-sensitive practices.  This involves not only working to understand some basic information about the client's culture, but also how the professional's own culture and upbringing may affect his or her ability to work with particular clientele.

Hogg Foundation for Mental Health: Cultural Competency

Clinical Legal Education Association: Five Habits for Cross-Cultural Lawyering

U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services:What is Cultural Competency?

The Provider's Guide to Quality & Culture:Understanding Minority, Immigrant, and Refugee Populations

Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice:Cultural Competence

National Center for Cultural Competence:NCCC homepage

Child Welfare League of America: Adultism and Cultural Competence  

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