Puerto Ricans face the psychological trauma of Hurricane Maria

Puerto Ricans face the psychological trauma of Hurricane Maria

In the Puerto Rican town of Orocovis, 1,000 people lost their homes in Hurricanes Maria and Irma. There, graduate students from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico are providing social and psychological services to help residents who have lost everything start to rebuild their homes and their lives.

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