About us

PIN – Psychosocial Innovation Network is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organization, founded with the aim of achieving various goals in the field of psychological practice.

Through its mission, PIN strives to establish and promote multisectoral, evidence based, comprehensive and efficient model of psychosocial support which engages beneficiaries, service providers, local communities and policy makers in creation of systemic and sustainable solutions for mental health protection and improvement.

PIN’s main activities are divided into three programme areas:

– Provision of direct mental health and psychosocial support
– Research
– Advocacy work

These activities are:

– Development and application of diverse psychological interventions
– Conducting quantitative and qualitative research
– Promoting and strengthening empirically based psychological practices
– Raising awareness of various social and psychological challenges, particularly related to vulnerable and marginalized groups and overcoming strategies
– Publishing scientific papers, research reports and policy briefs
– Designing and conducting capacity building training and seminars for beneficiaries, staff, fellow organizations and policy makers
– Cooperation with National and international practitioners, researchers, institutions and stakeholders
– Advocating for the multisectoral approach and systemic and sustainable solutions in addressing mental health challenges


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Partners and associates

Our interns about us:

''I spent eight weeks in PIN as a intern psychologist. By working in PIN I got a better insight in refugee scrisis, how it affects the individuals, state and the region. It also enabled me to see how the psychology is percieved and studied in diferent context and environment.''


"Internship in PIN was an enourmosly prescious experience because I got an insight into mental health work in another country, and how it's managed in a different system. The chance to help PIN's psychologists in working with refugees in Belgrade and various camps provided me with another perspective in trauma matters. "