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Social workers discuss work with combat vets, refugees

Published 09/28/2012, The Jamestown Sun

You’re a social worker assigned to help a combat veteran reintegrate into life in America and a “new normal” with family, friends and a job. Or your assignment is a family of refugees who fled war or persecution in their homeland, fled across a border and spent years in a refugee camp before coming to this exceedingly strange place called North Dakota. The word Thursday from two professionals: Empathy.

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