Saudi Health Centers Provide Psychological Services to some 1,400 Patients a Week in Zaatari Camp
July 29, 2015
The Saudi National Campaign to Support Syrian Brothers funded medical centers in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan provided psychological services to about 1,400 Syrian patients per week.
The Psychological Support Unit of the Saudi Specialized Clinics treats 1,400 patients suffering from depression, after shock, phobia, and all other types of psychological problems. In addition, more than 2700 refugees benefitted from the Saudi Vaccine Program during the first half of 2015.
The Vice Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Prince Mohammad bin Naif instructed that cases that cannot be treated at the Specialized Clinics, should be considered for treatment outside the camp and paid for by the campaign.