The Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims GCRT
The Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that addresses the needs of traumatized communities in Georgia and offers professional tailor-made psychological, medical, and social services. GCRT believes that through rehabilitation and adequate treatment human dignity and integrity can be restored.
Since 2000 GCRT has been actively involved in the anti-torture campaign and the successful rehabilitation of torture victims. Since the beginning, organization provided services for up to 10000 beneficiaries, which is 600 person annually.
GCRT's strategic directions are: Psychosocial and medical rehabilitation of victims of violence. Supporting people, harmed by discrimination and hatred; Psycho-social support/ rehabilitation/ re-socialization of children and teenagers with anti-social behavior; Support for partner governmental organizations (education, healthcare, justice, correction and probation ministries) Support for regional NGO-s outside Georgia/ Contributing to relevant policy changing within the organization’s working field; Awareness raising about mental health issues.