What Is The Evaluation Network?
Established in 2012, Northwest Health and Human Rights (NWHHR) is a collaborative project between Refugees Northwest (a program of Lutheran Community Services NW), The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP), and Harborview Medical Center. Together, the NWHHR partner agencies provide medical care, legal assistance, mental health support, basic needs, and other social services to survivors of torture in the Puget Sound.
In 2015, NWHHR developed the Evaluation Network to provide pro-bono medical and psychological evaluations for individuals who are seeking asylum. Today, the Evaluation Network is comprised of over 125 local medical and mental health professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to conduct independent assessments of individuals who are seeking asylum and other forms of humanitarian-based immigration relief, providing valuable evidentiary support for the applicants’ immigration cases.
Contact the Evaluation Network Support Team For More Information:
Refugees Northwest Evaluation Network
4040 S 188th Street, Suite #300
SeaTac, WA 98188
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact us regarding any emergent inquiries, please call:
Madeline Ewbank (she/her), Program Coordinator
Cell (206) 806-1061