Mosul Treatment Center Report
New Staff in Mosul
We are happy to report that our treatment center in Mosul has hired five new staff. In March 2020 we reported that our treatment center in Mosul was looking for new staff to reduce wait times for patients. Soon after, the pandemic caused fewer patients to engage with in-person treatment in exchange for tele-health where applicable. This prompted us to change the short-term priorities to establish the infrastructure necessary during the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the situation with the pandemic remains uncertain, our treatment center is experiencing again large volumes of patients, prompting us to refocus on staffing needs.
A total of five staff have been hired in Mosul including one administrative assistant and four psychotherapists. These new mental-health professionals will greatly reduce wait times for appointments in both tele-health and in-person care.
How Donations are Spent - Medication
The most pressing issue for our patients is access to medication. It is our mission to provide life-saving services to our beneficiaries at no cost to themselves. Many of our patients barely have enough money for food, and so this medical assistance is greatly needed.
As we receive more and more patients our budget for new medication continues to increase, and right now our treatment center in Mosul is in need of funding for a variety of medications for children in particular.
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