Учасники АТО: як отримати статус та реальні пільги?
On the Day of Memory of fighters-internationalists who died, and the Day of Withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, participants in the “Fulcrums” Project remembered the past and talked about present
About the most pressing problems of veterans of the war in the East. The people who spoke about fighters’ rights and problems were Deputy Director of the Department of work with war veterans and ATO participants, Ruslan Kuchuk, Head of “Yurydychna Sotnya” (“Legal Hundred”) public organization, Lesya Vasylenko, and veterans Volorymyr Prymachenko and Artem, callsign “Byk” (“Bull”).
The studio’s guests told about statuses available for combat participants, about who can obtain benefits, and whether volunteer fighters have the right to them.
According to Ruslan Kuchuk, it is difficult to reenter the life of society after war. It is very difficult to adapt in life after the events seen by ATO fighters and fighters of Afghanistan. A psychological rehabilitation program financed from the state budget is in action now. Everyone has the right to undergo a course of psychological rehabilitation, of treatment in respective institutions. Not every ATO participant understands what psychological rehabilitation is.
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