The non-profit subsidiary of LillianCare offers psychosocial care for traumatized refugees

Ensu­ring health­ca­re ser­vices is not only chal­len­ging in pri­ma­ry care, but also in the tre­at­ment of refu­gees suf­fe­ring from psy­cho­lo­gi­cal trau­ma. Our Psy­cho­so­cial Cent­re (PSZ) is dedi­ca­ted to pro­vi­ding holi­stic care and coun­sel­ling for trau­ma­tis­ed asyl­um see­kers in Mainz (Ger­ma­ny) and the sur­roun­ding area.

A mul­ti-pro­fes­sio­nal team con­sis­ting of expe­ri­en­ced psy­cho­the­ra­pists, social workers and doc­tors pro­vi­des peo­p­le with caring, pro­found and respectful tre­at­ment and coun­sel­ling. In the sup­port­i­ve atmo­sphe­re of the PSZ, tho­se see­king refu­ge expe­ri­ence pro­tec­tion, gui­dance and app­re­cia­ti­on.

Our main focus is on the care and tre­at­ment of trau­ma­tis­ed refu­gees and migrants, in par­ti­cu­lar the pro­fes­sio­nal and caring sup­port of women and their child­ren. Our aim is to impro­ve the living con­di­ti­ons of asyl­um see­kers and to pro­mo­te their men­tal and phy­si­cal health. The­se are the basis for their suc­cessful and equi­ta­ble inte­gra­ti­on into our socie­ty.