Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines in 2013. Typhoon Hagupit hit in 2014. Thousands were killed, homes were destroyed, and the effects, both physical and mental, are still being felt. To help some of the country's most vulnerable -- children -- a USC School of Social Work-led team traveled to the Philippines at the request of its Department of Education to provide psycho-social intervention training for schools, especially as it relates to trauma in the wake of disasters such as typhoons.
Learn about how our Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families is helping our returning service members and their loved ones with the transition of coming home.
Grissel Granados, MSW ’10, along with John Thompson, MSW ’13, is making a documentary to share the stories of the first generation of children who were born with HIV in the 1980s and 90s -- including herself.
Amy and Chuck Spielman have donated $20,000 each year for the past three years to support the USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families' work in improving the transition of veterans into their communities.
- Master of Social Work