The Scalabrinians have a long history of providing affordable healthcare to underserved communities. Most Scalabrini centers offer people on the move access to trained psychologists, basic medical care, or outside referrals. In Mozambique, for example, SIMN funds a nutrition program for young mothers and their children in the Maratane refugee camp. The Scalabrinians also run hospitals and medical clinics in Florida and Haiti. SIMN’s emphasis on mental health is especially important for migrants, who often experience significant trauma but cannot afford counseling.