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Crisis Center to open in Georgia

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Publish Time 2016-01-19 18:53:00


The first Crisis Center will begin functioning starting the second half of 2016 in Georgia. The state foundation for protection of victims of trafficking is working on the project. 

The center will accommodate up to 15 people. Women will remain at the center before assignation the status of victim of violence. The beneficiaries will undergo through free-of-charge psychological, medical and legal assistance. 


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