GCRT IS ADMINISTERING A PROJECT REHABILITATION OF PARDONED PRISONERS FUNDED BY THE RESERVE FUND OF PRESIDENT OF GEORGIA
The Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims – GCRT is administering a project funded by the Reserve Fund of President of Georgia, which aims at the psychosocial and medical rehabilitation of pardoned prisoners.
The project is run in four cities of Georgia: Tbilisi, Gori, Batumi and Kutaisi.
Georgian Young Lawyers Association is also involved in the aforementioned project within the frameworks of their own funding and professional activity.
The psychosocial services for persons dependent on substance abuse are provided by the psychosocial rehabilitation centre – “Kamara.”
The activities envisaged within the frameworks of the project will encourage the beneficiaries to look after their health, overcome adaptation-related problems, improve relationships with families and people around them, solve legal problems and acquire the skills necessary for planning the future.
Address: 1st Floor, 9 Anjaparidze St, Tbilisi, Georgia
Tel: (+995 32) 2 22 06 89
(+995 32) 2 29 39 12
Address: 13 Stalin Ave, Gori, Georgia
Tel: 0370 27 79 45
Cell: +995 599 41 20 40
Address: 12 Gogebashvili St, Kutaisi, Georgia
Tel: 0431 24 41 56
Address: 5/7 Kazbegi St, Batumi, Georgia
Tel: 0790 12 07 01
If you are having issues with transportation and accommodation at the moment of your release you may contact us at our hot line:
570 – 101 – 001
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