KMOP (Greece) held training sessions for 27 psychologists, social workers working in public hospitals and health services, mental health counselors, lawyers as well as LGBTI activists in March 2019. The objectives of the training were to deepen the knowledge and enhance the skills of professionals providing services to LGBTI survivors of sexual and gender-based violence. As a result, several support programmes were designed by participants including OKANA (a national organization against drug abuse), METAdrasi (an NGO that helps the integration of refugees and immigrants in Greece), KETHEA (an organization working with people who are addicted to drugs, alcohol, gambling or the Internet) and Colour Youth (an LGBTI youth group).