Care for displaced persons from Ukraine

The project “Care for displaced persons from Ukraine”, who seek protection in Greece, concerns the planning of, the organisation and provision of health care and psychosocial support to displaced persons and citizens from Ukraine seeking international protection in Greece or enjoying the status of Temporary Protection in accordance with the Council of the European Union’s Executive Decision (EU) 2022/382 of 4 March 2022, which establishes the existence of a mass influx of displaced persons from Ukraine and results,  according to the spirit of Article 5 of Directive 2001/55/EC, in the provision of a temporary protection legal status.

MDM-Greece plans and operates on a daily basis, in Athens and Thessaloniki, an integrated and cross-sectoral system of support services focusing on the case management approach, through an individualized casefle per beneficiary, aiming at the relief and care of displaced persons from Ukraine that are found in Greece.

Trained Social Workers, Psychologists, Doctors, Nurses and Mediators, play a key role in the support service delivery system, enhancing the beneficiaries’ direct access to quality health and psychosocial support services.

In the context of covering the emergency needs of refugees and displaced persons from Ukraine in Greece, a variety of services are provided through the structures of MdM-Greece with the main focus on Primary Health Care, Mental Health Care and Social Assistance and Administrative Support (Help Desk).

The program was completed in January 2023.

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