Psychosocial assistance aims to promote, protect and support the well-being of vulnerable migrants, with activities aimed at reducing psychosocial vulnerabilities, promoting community resilience and ownership and providing aid that takes into account psychosocial and cultural diversity issues. Psychosocial support can include mental health counseling, referrals, problem-solving assistance, spiritual support, group support, and many other similar services. These services are provided by organizations that include mental health professionals, social workers, counselors, specialized nurses, clergy, pastoral counselors and others.

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