The Care-A-Van Project was a versatile, multi-disciplinary approach for engaging with at risk populations that were both dispersed. Utilizing a medically outfitted vehicle and a team of interpreters, physicians, midwives, nurses and paramedics, this program was able to fill major gaps in the humanitarian support network by delivering basic health care directly to patients on the ground with the versatility to move to many areas in Greece.


Services provided included: psychological health triage and referral, prenatal and postnatal care, birth delivery assistance, first aid, conducting needs assessments, mobile communications, uniting separated parties and human trafficking defence.