Wasi – meaning House in Quechua – is a project that aims to offer migrant women a space of listening, confrontation and sharing and help them overcome the difficulties and traumas arising from the migration process.

The service is offered free of charge, both in-person and online, by native-speaking psychologists.

The service is organized into specific interventions:

Individual psychological support

Parenting support

Self-help groups (SHGs)

Information groups

Meetings with specialists

Laboratories or workshops

Interested women can contact us from Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Milan: English, Spanish, Ukrainian, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic and Tagalog: +39 351 687 4011
Rome: Spanish and Portuguese: +39 351 735 8406

further info: wasi@ascs.it


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  • LILT (Lega italiana per la Lotta ai Tumori), that organizes evenings onawareness raising about cancer prevention and publicizes its desks. At these desks, it offers free screening services through pap-test, mammogram and gynecological examination;
  • Caritas Ambrosiana with its anti-violence center;
  • Cooperativa Farsi Prossimo with shelter houses for battered women;
  • University of Pavia through its master’s program on Migration and Gender;
  • Emergency Psychiatric Support Service;
  • Niguarda Hospital Ethnopsychiatry Service;
  • Associazione Cassiopeia, focusing on the socio-educational integration of minors
  • Progetto Aisha, addressing violence and discrimination against women, especially of Islamic descent;
  • Associazione Arcobaleno, aiming to spread the culture of dialogue and unity among peoples;
  • Associazione Teatro Utile, promoted by Accademia dei Filodrammatici in Milan, which organizes a theater path for women users of the Wasi project.

Wasi-Casa is a project funded by the Associazione per Milano and Fondazione Comunità di Milano, which sees ASCS, Fondazione Caritas Ambrosiana, Farsi Prossimo ONLUS and Università degli Studi di Pavia engaged in a network in the prevention and taking charge of situations at risk, or already of violence, involving foreign women in the Milan area.


Together we can build an open and inclusive community in which diversity is an asset and everyone can contribute to the creation of the common good.

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