Psychosocial and Mental Health Service Provision for Survivors of Trafficking Baseline Research in the Greater Mekong Subregion and Indonesia
This report examines the networks and referral mechanisms utilized by organizations and agencies, as well as the way in which they function and are maintained. It also suggests areas where they could be strengthened.
It explores the use of written and unwritten policies, principles and minimum standards of care. It finds that some countries are far more advanced than others in the provision of psychosocial services and more specialized mental health interventions for trafficked persons.
Recommendations are made concerning the need for specialist training in psychosocial care and the establishment of more technical networks and mechanisms for information and knowledge-transfer among the organizations and agencies assisting trafficked persons and other technical specialist agencies.