UNHCR support our work in 2019 by funding our project ‘Identification and complex bio-psycho-social treatment of vulnerable asylum seekers in Hungary’
The project seeks to improve the health status of asylum-seekers (AS) and beneficiaries of international protection (BIP) in open reception, detention centres and children’s homes in Hungary. Moreover, through a set of complex psycho-social services including special medical care, psychiatric care, psychotherapeutic assistance and social support, it aims at providing a stable and complex assistance program for those BIPs who stay in Hungary after their recognition. Cordelia’s mental health care services have a special focus on vulnerable, traumatized and torture survivor persons.
The Open Society Foundation support our work by providing insitutional core support.
Cordelia requests the core operating support grant to upgrade and develop new aspects of its complex rehabilitation activities, aimed at the successful integration of asylum seekers and beneficiaries of international protection, with special focus on survivors of torture, sexual violence or other severe trauma.