School and community resources in the social-emotional and academic adjustment of refugee children, report
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Refugee children are thought to face multiple, intersecting challenges, associated with pre-migration trauma and post-migration adaptation struggles. Perhaps due to this, much of the research pertaining to refugee well-being has focused on specific psychiatric symptomatology and challenges. Very few studies have focused on how our communities may support the adjustment needs of refugee children. This study examined relationships between school and community resources and the social-emotional and academic adjustment of refugee children.