Warsaw centre is helping fleeing Ukrainians deal with the trauma of warfare

A six-storey development within the Polish capital Warsaw has been reworked right into a clinical centre for refugees fleeing the warfare in Ukraine.

Run by means of Polish volunteers and staffed by means of medical doctors, social employees and psychologists who’re themselves Ukrainian refugees, it supplies specialist clinical consideration and mental care.

Of its 400 sufferers, part are youngsters. Youngsters face no longer best the trauma of getting fled the warfare but in addition the possibility of studying at Polish colleges and no longer but talking the language.

Moms on the centre, like Julia, also are serving to to organize their youngsters to re-enter the training device.

She says that after this is completed she’s going to believe the long run. It’s her need to go back to Ukraine once safely conceivable as a result of her spouse and circle of relatives are nonetheless there. The need to go back is shared by means of lots of the girls on the facility.

Poland, which has a protracted border with Ukraine, has won the vast majority of the refugees to have fled since Russia’s invasion on 24 February.

On 16 March, greater than 3 million had fled, together with 1.85m to Poland, in step with the UN’s refugee company.

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