The research project REHEAL is financed by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and its aim is to investigate the living conditions of refugees living in Greece, to explore their short-term and long-term psycho-social care needs, as well as to assess the post-war trauma amongst refugees. To this end, EKKE has received a special authorisation from the Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction and the General Secretariat of Migration Policy to carry out interviews with refugees hosted in six different camps around the country (Eleonas, Skaramangas, Shisto, Diavata, Verroia and Samos). Between September 1-9 2016, a total of 367 refugees living in the above camps, responded to the self-completing questionnaires administered to them by the research personnel, with the assistance of certified interpreters in English, Arab and Farsi.