In 2017, HealthRight and UFPH directly reached with assistance 26,307 women, men, and children with its array of programs. Currently, HealthRight and UFPH runs the following service sites:
- HealthRight Service Center in Kyiv provides outreach services, comprehensive psychosocial and legal assistance, access to medical care for street-involved, HIV-positive, internally displaced or effected by violence women and girls and their family members. Overall, 321 women (including 87 HIV+) and 51 their partners received services at the center in 2017. In addition, 230 women and 124 men were tested for HIV.
- Halfway house for disadvantaged pregnant women and new mothers in Kyiv provides residence-based rehabilitation services for pregnant women and new mothers in difficult living circumstances to prevent child abandonment. In 2017, 23 women and their 23 children received assistance at the halfway house. Kyiv Halfway house model was used as a basis for creation of 5 shelters for women who survived domestic violence in other regions who supported 106 women and 71 children in difficult straits, including 24 IDPs.
- Service sites for torture survivors and their family members in Kyiv and Dnipro. HealthRight and UFPH provide comprehensive case management support for this target group based at two HealthRight Human Rights Clinics. In 2017, 530 military and civilians affected by conflict were identified and screened, and 197 survivors of torture and 135 their family members engaged in services.
- Mobile psychosocial support teams for GBV survivors. HealthRight runs 47 mobile outreach teams for GBV survivors and provides technical and organizational support to five shelters for survivors of violence against women. Mobile outreach teams provide identification, screening, first psychological aid and support counseling to GBV survivors in 10 Ukrainian regions. In 2017, they identified and assisted 15,309 survivors of violence (90% were women).