In Transcarpathia, citizens are invited to solve problems together

17 April 2015 16:00  1996805 097807
In Transcarpathia, citizens are invited to solve problems together

Groups of mutual support for the ATO participants and their families are being formed in Transcarpathia, the Transcarpathian regional center of social services for families, children and youth informs.

Analyzing the experience of countries in military operations and the results of scientific psychological research concerning combatants, a great need for proper psychorehabilitation work with soldiers is expected in Ukraine.
In order to provide social and psychological assistance to servicemen, who have participated or been involved in the anti-terrorist operation, and their families, the Transcarpathian regional center of social services for families, children and youth announces admission to mutual support groups for the participants of the anti-terrorist operations and their families as follows:
1. Mutual support group for soldiers who have returned from the zone of the antiterrorist operation;
2. Mutual support group for wives and mothers of soldiers, participants of the anti-terrorist operation.
In addition, they can receive individual and family social and psychological counseling.
The said groups will be meeting in the Transcarpathian regional center of social and psychological assistance, where a multidisciplinary team has been created that will work with families and individuals.
Families and individuals who are not residents of Uzhgorod may be provided with free accommodation in the Transcarpathian regional center of social and psychological assistance.
For more information, please call:
(0312) 63-80-97 - Transcarpathian regional center of social and psychological assistance (Slyvka Vasyl);
050-611-2707 - psychologist of the multidisciplinary team (Olga).

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