Background Information

Psychosocial care for survivors, witnesses, relatives and bereaved after large-scale emergencies and catastrophes has been improved over the past 10 -15 years on a national as well as European level. Psychosocial care should be an integrated part of the overall crisis management for large-scale emergencies and include the acute phase as well as mediate- and long-term psychosocial support. A number of different projects to support and encourage this were sponsored by the European countries as well as the European Commission, which include psychosocial care on a theoretical as well as practical level.  Those findings are applied to the concept of TGIP, the Multidisciplinary Guideline and den Guidelines for Uniformed Services. The projects funded by the European Commission are listed on this page.


If you would like to add short project description for additional European or national projects, guidelines or interesting links to this list, please send your info to: (in English).

EUTOPA-IP Newsletter

Read now to the EUTOPA-IP newsletter!

» Read now

Co funded by the European Commission, Directorate Environment,
Grant Agreement No. 070401/2009/540414/SUB/A4