The Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Program contributes to enhancing the psychosocial welfare of staff, volunteers and recipients. MHPSS refers to measures aimed at protecting or promoting the psychosocial well-being of recipients and/or the treatment of psychological disorders. The Society’s MHPSS Program aims at:
PRCS provides Psychosocial Support in all its areas of competence via the following activities:
These activities are backed by:
Psychosocial support volunteer teams comprise men and women from various age groups tasked with providing Psychological First Aid (PFA) during emergencies.
This support aims at meeting children’s needs and minimizing the effects of crises.
Psychosocial support is provided to parents, educators, extended family members, teachers, chronic disease patients, families of children with cancer and...
Helping the helpers is a key PRCS priority which aims at enhancing the resilience and mental strength of staff, volunteers and their families.
The Open Studio offers children a safe space for social, cultural, recreational, artistic and sports activities.