We are a team of public activists, practical psychologists and psychotherapists who, since the first days of the Russian invasion, for 8 years in a row, have been implementing complex projects that help Ukrainians cope with the consequences of the war.
To restore the mental and physical health of Ukrainians, which was lost as a result of the events related to the war in Ukraine
Thanks to our experience and team of specialists, we can implement projects that will help Ukrainians to restore their psychological health as soon as possible, to become a mentally healthy, strong nation.
"Invincible" is a set of measures aimed at psychological rehabilitation and social adaptation of servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
UARE.Kids is a platform for providing free psychological help to children and mothers who are in a difficult psychological state. The main target category of the project is participants of psycho-emotional rehabilitation camps "Recovery camp", who, according to psychologists, need further work with specialists.
"New Job" is a project for mothers who have moved to new cities and need a new job. For them: consultations, training, retraining, help with finding a new job, psychological support, mentoring.
"PRO health" is a project that provides basic medical screening for children and mothers who suffered from the war, in order to identify and prevent diseases caused by stress.
One of the largest hubs for IDPs in Lviv. About 9,000 people were accepted.
Creation of a logistics center for 30 hubs in Lviv.
Assistance was provided to IDPs traveling abroad.
EQ.app - became co-founders of the "Quick emotional self-help" project. 50 thousand Ukrainian users, 1.5 thousand grateful reviews.
"People's heroes" - support in the social discourse of the concept of "hero" in the wake of the disappearance of war from the focus of public attention
"Heroes" - development of author's methodology, provision of inpatient and outpatient care to demobilized soldiers
"Mothers of the mobilized" - the opening and operation of free psychological rehabilitation centers for family members of the first front-line soldiers