From left to right, Sisters Hospitallers´ superior in Monrovia Sr Florence Adevor, Sr Barbara Brilliant and Sr Encarnacion Gonzalez.

09 Sep SBMHC will provide internships to students from Mother Patern College

Saint Benedict Menni Health Center and Mother Patern College of Health Sciences have signed a memorandum of understanding which will provide internships in our center to students of Nursing and Social Work. Not only is the mission of Sisters Hospitallers to attend and rehabilitate people with mental illness, but...

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Mikel Tellaeche (right) and Ato Kwamena (left), with representatives of The Carter Center.

02 Sep 4 admissions and 4 discharges in august

August brought 4 admissions to the Step-Down Unit of the Saint Benedict Menni Health Center, and we happily saw 4 patients being discharged. One client was re-admitted after she relapsed. This month had a total number of 20 women currently receiving treatment, and a whooping number of...

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02 Sep MSF will refer patients from their centers to our Mental Health Unit

A delegation from Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) headed by Saima Zai –Activity coordinator– and Hyppolite Kalala –Project coordinator– came to visit our center on August 23. They knew firsthand the activities we do and the approach that is carried out of mental illness, to start referring patients from their centers to our facility.
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