The first Belarusian crisis center for women will open in Mogilev in June, Interfax learnt from director of the center Yelena Pushkareva.
The center will provide accommodation and psychological treatment and legal assistance to victims of domestic violence, single mothers and underage mothers with children. It will be able to accommodate 75 women and 100 children at a time. They will be able to stay at the center for up to a year.
According to the source, the personnel of the center will take training both in Belarus and in Vienna (Austria) under the aegis of SOS-Kinderdorf International, the founder of the center.
The local authorities, as well as other organisations and companies are prepared to invest in the project.