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TRF-RSC Mobile Health Care Units are The Nurses Without Borders' community health care clinics, a patient service-delivery outlet in hostile environments (like war zones and refugee camps or displaced person ghettos) that fit into a larger comprehensive Health Care plan designed for specific ethnic regions. The clinics are community health care outposts to a central hub providing full-service basic health care services plus some specialized advanced health care where indicated.
RSAC (RINJ Sexual Assault Clinics) are Nurse-led Community Health Team medical clinics treating women, children and their families in combat zones and refugee camps in Middle East Asia, South East Asia, and in Africa. New locations are planned.
RSAC Community Health-Team Nurse Standards of Practice
The RSAC Nurse-led clincs offer free medical care to women, children and their families. Community related services such as victim advocacy, crisis hotlines, community outreach, & education programs are provided based on each RSAC's resources at the discretion of the local RSAC nurse-led team.
The RINJ Foundation's women's health care nurses at RSAC facilities provide a full range of outpatient & walk-in services to rape survivors, sexual assault & gender-based violence of other types. Some RSAC Nurse-led clincs offer periodical educational & counseling services inside hospitals, community centers, refugee camps, & learning institutes.
In certain RSAC operations it is possible our workers have contact with missing persons such as ISIL War Brides and other exploited women. If you believe you are missing such a family member you are invited to dialogue with us so that we may ascertain what if any information we can share.
The mental health of the people we care for is extremely fragile. There are many triggers capable of causing their state of mind to rapidly deteriorate. Living conditions they are forced to face, memories of their ordeal, and uncertainty about what is going to happen to these women are factors contributing to thoughts of suicide and eventual deaths.
These are invisible wounds and the worst are among the female children. STD's and other traumatizing aspects always have the underlying problem of mental health issues which skilled RSAC nurses without borders treat during recurring patient visits. There is no charge ot the patient for this ongoing care.
Privacy of the patient is a foremost priority and exhaustive steps are taken to assure that privacy.
Some women seeking care in Northern Iraq & in Syria have shown fear on a religious basis. If the person is in our care it could be for a number of reasons including a full range of medical care including ingrown toe nails, non of which procedures anyone can assume and none we will reveal.
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