Uwe Jacobs, Ph.D. is a psychologist and Director of Survivors International a non-profit organization dedicated to providing essential psychological and medical services to survivors of torture who have fled from around the world to the San Francisco Bay Area. Survivors International aims to help survivors put the pieces back together by providing the support they need to re-establish healthy and productive lives after their experiences of torture. Since 1990, Survivors International has provided treatment to over 2000 survivors from 96 countries, treating an average of 25 to 35 patients a week. These services are available through the SI’s growing network of providers which include physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and volunteers. Currently there are over 41 staff clinicians who provide services free or at a minimal fee. Survivors International is one of the original members of the National Consortium of Torture Treatment Centers in the U.S. This consortium allows the development of dialogue between the 20 + torture treatment centers in the United States, and the pooling of organizational and clinical ideas among these organizations. We close with the podsafe tune “Peace- In the Spirit of John Lennon” by Brad Stanfield.