The hosting of refugees in qualitative conditions and the provision of good quality food is not enough. Everyone has gone through many difficult situations that led him/her to refugee as well as during his/her attempt to reach a safe place. Appropriate and systematic socio-psychological support, as well as enhanced social inclusion is therefore needed. Children often have a lot of “wounds”, they have stayed out of any context and they are “children of war”, of camps, of streets.
Our team is consisted of 3 social workers, one psychologist and one children-psychologist.