OREANDA-NEWS  The first two mental health centers will open in Moscow in a pilot mode in the coming months, Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development, said in an interview.

"On behalf of the mayor, we decided to open mental health centers in Moscow, where Muscovites will be offered to receive comprehensive psychological and psychotherapeutic assistance," Rakova said in an interview with Rossiya 24 TV channel.

According to her, Muscovites will be able to receive modern diagnostics and full outpatient treatment in these centers in case of stressful situations, post-traumatic syndromes, neurotic conditions and mood decline, as well as psychological consultations. Various modern formats are planned – individual and group consultations, offline and online.

"Literally in the coming months, we will open two such mental health centers. Let's see if Muscovites like this project, then we will make this pilot project a basic one and form such a network throughout the city," the vice mayor added.