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In New York City, survivors of torture are all around us.  They are far from home and unable to find the help they need.  At the Program for Survivors of Torture, we treat the whole person-the physical, emotional, and social aspects of health.  We support survivors through all the challenges necessary to rebuild lives devastated by torture.

The Program envisions a world where victims of torture and other horrific human rights abuses are able to receive the compassionate, comprehensive care and support needed to lead healthy and self-sufficient lives in the United States.

Since its inception in 1995, the Program has provided comprehensive medical and mental health care, as well as social and legal services, to more than 4,000 survivors and their family members from more than 100 countries.

The Program has an international reputation for excellence in our clinical, educational, and research activities, and contributes knowledge and testimony to global efforts to end torture.

You can still show your support for the Survivor Fund by purchasing raffle tickets for a chance to win a luxurious vacation for two to scenic Peru! Click below!





On April 21, Health Policy Advocate Megan Granski will draw the raffle winner.  Raffle tickets can be purchased online by clicking here or by check. Please send your check made out to the Survivor Fund to Shannon Miller, Bellevue Hospital Center, 462 First Avenue, CD729, New York, NY 10016.

Trip Details
This four-day trip to scenic Peru includes two nights in Cusco (Palacio Nazarenas) and one night in Machu Picchu (Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel); all courtesy of our friends at Absolute Travel, a premier luxury travel provider.  Activities include private, daily tours with a driver and roundtrip transportation on the Hiram Bingham Train. Prize does not include international or domestic airfares. Approximate value is $4,000.


You can also purchase raffle tickets by check. Please send your check made out to the Survivor Fund to Shannon Miller, Bellevue Hospital Center, 462 First Avenue, CD729, New York, NY 10016.

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