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Homeless and Socially Disadvantaged People

The service supports, takes care of and promotes the health of vulnerable and poor people or reduced to poverty and contrasts poverty-related diseases for those who tend to underestimate their mental and physical health needs because driven by their daily self-protective and primary urgent needs. The staff includes a psychologist and an anthropologist which collaborate with transcultural mediators, doctors and nurses.

The activity is carried out through:

  • cognitive interviews;
  • social and health needs assessment and planning of co-constructed measures for personal and social development;
  • psychotherapeutic paths in dual or transdisciplinary setting;
  • establishment of a network in order to support measures for improving personal and social development path of the patient;
  • drafting of reports with high social vulnerability in order to promote the inclusion in the night and day accommodation centres and the care of the person under social services guidance.