After their release, detainees usually suffer from the negative impact of imprisonment on their lives, affecting their health, psychology, legal status, and even professional future. Therefore, we work on the reintegration of the recently released detainees through developing an individualized plan for each survivor according to his/her needs, focusing on the following domains:
- Housing: By providing housing for the recently released survivors through either community solidarity or covering housing rents.
- Access to physical and mental health: By providing information about the access, location of these services and facilitating their access, through a referral system with specialized organizations and specialized centers.
- Legal support: By providing survivors with the legal consultation or support if needed to improve their legal status in the hosting country.
- Capacity Building: By supporting survivors to register in different training programs covering languages or some soft or technical skills they might need to go back to their careers.
- Recruitment and academic support: By supporting survivors in developing their resumes and connecting them with different employers to get them job or internship opportunities, and for those who were not able to finish their academic education, working to get them scholarships to continue their study.