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Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Programme

Estonian Refugee Council has been carrying out activities supporting the mental health of refugees since 2019.

The program aims to offer various activities supporting mental health, including group and individual therapy sessions, to increase the psychological well-being of refugees and ensure a healthier and more balanced society on a larger scale.

Refugees are more likely than other people to suffer from mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as they face stressors and traumatic events at different stages of their journey. Many do not have access to mental health services, or the language barrier prevents them from seeking help.

Mental balance is essential so that when living in a new environment, people can successfully study, work and contribute positively to the host community and society.

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