Psychological support to the families

08 December, 2020
MY STEP Foundation, in cooperation with the Armenian Red Cross Society, provides psychological support to the families left with severe psychological trauma as a result of the Artsakh war as they have family members in captivity or missing.

The Foundation's social workers conduct needs assessments and arrange meetings with mothers, as well as other family members (especially with young children).

Psychologists of the Armenian Red Cross Society reach out the people who need support and are ready to communicate, and visit their apartments.

Team members of psychologists of the Armenian Red Cross Society working with the families reveal that poor mental health of servicemen families is one of the most severe consequences of the war. The failure to consider or the deferral of those issues are fraught with grave impact on further course of lives of the families. Psychologists express their readiness to continue psychological support they provide, staying by the families’ side, and sharing their grief and feelings.

08 December, 2020

date piker 30 December, 2020
From November 20 through December 30, 2020, MY STEP Foundation allocated 951,859,333 AMD for post-war needs.
MY STEP Foundation has not raised any funds during the war. All requests to the Foundation regarding the donations were directed to the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund.
date piker 21 December, 2020
Home appliances worth about 7 million AMD were distributed to the Artsakh families settled in the Republic of Armenia
Under its humanitarian aid programs, MY STEP Foundation provided home appliances worth about 7 million AMD (13,500 USD) to support domestic needs of those families who moved to Armenia during recent Artsakh war.
date piker 18 December, 2020
Humanitarian aid to the Artsakh families settled in Vayots Dzor region of Armenia
Since early morning of December 17, a truck carrying humanitarian aid from MY STEP Foundation has headed to Vayots Dzor region of Armenia. Necessary items (school bags and stationery packs, packages for pregnant women and newborns) for the Artsakh families temporarily settled in the region were provided to the administration of region’s center –Yeghegnadzor.