War triggers immense stress that can turn into post-traumatic stress. The first to be affected are of course the direct victims, and in France in particular, the refugees who come to seek asylum. But those involved in the war (military, humanitarian workers, diplomats, journalists) are also confronted with it, whether they are in the field of operations or whether the conflict revives an older traumatic memory. Sometimes expatriates can also be exposed to PTSD because they are posted in a country suddenly at war. Even a citizen of a peaceful country can be destabilized by a conflict in another country: by exposure to distressing images and news, but also by the reminder of a war memory that has affected his family or a journey of exile. Children, from a country at war or in peace, are not spared either.
The Cn2r provides leads so that everyone, regardless of their situation, can find resources to first identify a possible psychological injury but also to treat it and get better.