Treatment Center in Stockholm
How we work
The trauma experienced from war, torture and severe migration can cause permanent injury to people, however with the correct treatment people can regain their strength and are able to get on with their lives. At our treatment center we have a professionsal team of psychologists, physiotherapists and welfare officers. The team has a wide range of capabilities within various methods of treatment. We develop a personal treatment plan for every patient. We take a holistic perspective with our patients where psychological, physical and social aspects are taken into consideration. We can also refer patients to other relevant Red Cross operations such as further investigations and reunion of families.
We also accept referrals from other care givers through personal application. We can arrange for an interpreter if necessary, treatment is free of charge.
Who we help
- We welcome people regardless of legal status, that is to say, refugee applicants and people with no documentation (paperless) and people with a residence permit in Sweden and Swedish citizens with a background as a refugee.
- Adults from 18 years old who have been traumatized by war, torture or severe migrations.
Area of Activity
We accept people who live in the County of Stockholm.
Do you meet refugees through your work?
The Swedish Red Cross disseminates information about migration trauma and injuries caused by torture. We cooperate with other organizations such as the National Employment Services, Stockholm Municipality and the National Coordination Association. We have courses for personnel who deal with refugees through their work and we offer counselling and consultations.
Please contact Siamak Noroozy, firstname.lastname@example.org about supervision, consultation, study visits and training.