IMC 2017 Jordan MHPSS Assessment: “Understanding the Mental Health and Psychosocial Needs and Service Utilization of Syrian Refugees and Jordanian Nationals”

This report by International Medical Corps examines coping mechanisms and help-seeking behaviors among Syrian refugees in Jordan, and identifies barriers to service utilization. This assessment aims to inform a wider discussion among relevant national and international actors in Jordan on improving Mental Health and Psychosocial Services. Information is also presented in relation to the Jordanian host community and their coping and help-seeking behaviors to ensure an increased understanding within the humanitarian community on the needs of vulnerable Jordanians.

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