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KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria

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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action (KSrelief) has set up a shelter and treatment center for mentally ill patients in northern Syria for those who have been stranded on the streets without care, after their shelters were targeted in Aleppo and other areas.

The project targets 1,200 direct beneficiaries and 7.200 indirect beneficiaries, in the city of Azaz, in the northern countryside of Aleppo, providing protection and a decent life for people with intractable mental as well as psychological illness.

Adequate living conditions, care, adequate and safe housing, food, clothing are amongst the aims for the inmates, as medical services, psychotherapy sessions, medicines and sports and recreational activities will be provided, as well as facilitating contact with family members and evaluation of home care for non-serious cases.

KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria
KSRelief establishes center for treatment of mental patients in northern Syria