Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation


General Information


Type of Organization:

Local NGO

Acronym:

BASR

Governorate:

Bethlehem

Establishment Year:

1960

Address:

Beit Jala / Beit Jala-Cremisan Street

Telephone:

02-2744050

Website:

www.basr.org

Fax:

02-2744053

E-mail:

basr@basr.org

Person in Charge

Name:

Imad Abu Mohor

Position:

Administration Director

Telephone:

02-2744052

Mobile:

E-mail:

imad@basr.org

Staff:

Psychiatrist (1) Psychologist (1) Social Worker (6) Other (1)

Mission & Goals


Mission:

BASR is a national development NGO functioning as a resource center, empowering people with disabilities, offering them pioneer health and rehabilitation services and provide the Palestinian community with professional specialized medical services from a human rights and inclusive development perspectives.


Goals:

In order to achieve the vision and tackle the problems present in the surrounding environment and to be able to manage the change in the future, BASR works on reaching the following strategic objectives:
• First Strategic Objective: increase community and self readiness of people with disabilities towards inclusiveness.
• Second Strategic Objective: Reinforce the physical and psychological capacities of people with disabilities to enable them for effective participant in the community.
• Third Strategic Objective: Enhance the Palestinian people access to specialized health care
• Fourth Strategic Objective: Reinforce the organization’s readiness to implement its strategic plan.

Target Groups


ChildrenYouthWomenMenFamilies

Activities / Interventions


Information dissemination to the community at large
Information on the current situation, relief efforts or available services
Messages on positive coping
Facilitation of conditions for community local
Support for emergency relief that is initiated by the community
Strengthening of community and family support
Support for social support activities that are initiated by the community
Strengthening of parenting/family supports
Facilitation of community supports to vulnerable persons
Structured recreational or creative activities
Psychosocial support in education
Psychosocial support to student teachers
psychosocial work
Psychological first aid (PFA)
Lining vulnerable individuals/families to resources
Psychological intervention & Clinical management
Basic counselling for individuals
Basic counselling families
Basic counselling for groups
Psychotherapy
Clinical management of mental disorders
Pharmacological management of mental disorder
Non-pharmacological management of mental disorder 
General activities to support MHPSS
Training. / TOT
Technical or clinical supervision
Psychosocial support for staff / volunteers

Time of implementation:

MorningEvening

Place of implementation:

CenterHomeSchoolClinicCommunity

Geographical Distribution of the Services / Activities:

CityVillageCampBedouins

Cost of the services provided:

FreePartial CostHealth Insurance

Mental and Behavioral Disorders


Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders
Phobic anxiety disorders
Obsessive – compulsive
Acute stress disorders
Emergency
Grief
PTSD
Adjustment disorders
Brief depressive
Mixed anxiety & depressive
Somatoform disorders
Disorders of psychological development
Specific developmental of speech & language
Scholastic skill
Behavioral & emotional disorders with onset usually occurring in child & adolescence
Hyper kinetic disorders
Behavioral & emotional disorders
Mental disability
Mild
Moderate
Sever
Behavioral syndrome associated with physiological disturbances & physical factors
Sleep disorders
Nonorganic eating disorders
Mood (affective) disorders
Manic
Depressive

Training


1 - Self-knowledge and to be most effective.
2 - Ways of dealing with children.
3 - Children growing programs.
4 - Attachment theory and communicating with children in early childhood.
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