In the aim of meeting the displaced families ‘ needs from Aleppo, AlRaqqa, Idleb, AlHasakah, and AlQamishli, who are residing now in AlBassah, which is located in the countryside of Latakia. Syrian Arab Red Crescent’s volunteers took the initiative to provide social services, in order to enhance the mental health of individuals.
What did the services include?
One of the implemented psychosocial support programs was the Resilience program, which is assigned to children and their caregivers, which concentrates on children’s community and needs, with the aim of improving their psychological and social well-being, with the participant of 39 children.
The provided services to youth
As a complement, Life Skills program was assigned to youth, its sessions were based on active participation and teamwork, in order to develop self and social skills, and enhance the role of youth initiatives in society, with the participation of 45 young people.
promoting the mental health of individuals is what the social services aim to
In parallel with that, volunteers implemented Caregivers Program sessions for parents of children participating in the Resilience and Life Skills Programs, with an intention to acquire coping techniques to daily stress, by sharing caregivers of their problems and trying to find solutions, which promotes the mental health of family members.
Case Management Program is for comprehensive community services
21 family cases were served within the case management program, by providing legal, relief, and medical services, in order to meet the urgent and necessary needs of families, it is worth noting that the number of cases served since the beginning of this year has reached 94 in Lattakia and its countryside, with the support of UNICEF.