Blue Dot – Bratislava, Michalovce, Košice
Integration and Information Centre for Ukrainian families with children established by UNICEF and UNHCR. Their primary mission is to create a safe place to rest and recharge, as well as to provide professional psychological, educational, social and medical assistance to all those who are fleeing war and belong to severely disadvantaged or vulnerable groups.
Bratislava-Bottova 6654/7, Bratislava
Michalovce- Mestská športová hala, 26. novembra, Michalovce-Stráňany
Košice- Staničná 9, Košice
Social services center Krupina
Social counseling (providing an information about financial, material or other support for the clients, accompanying in dealing with governmental issues, interpreting to Ukrainian language at state institutions and so on), expert counseling for the victims of violance, psychological crisis intervention, therapeutic-pedagogical crisis intervention, ambulatory social service offer,day care center for people with disabilities.
Káčko exists in all eight regions of Slovakia and is a contact point for people in crisis situations. It is a bridge that connects different helplines: IPčko.sk, Crisis Helpline (0800 500 333), Dobrá Linka and personal psychological help, which people in difficulty can lean on and find directly in Káčko. Children and young people will also find something to do in the physical spaces of Káčki across Slovakia, for example at board and virtual games and regular cultural and social events.
For more information about the individual Káčkys in each region of Slovakia, please visit: https://ipcko.sk/kacko/
Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities
As an institution which protects the rights of the persons with disabilities in Slovak Republic we offer help with protecting rights of all the persons with disabilities ( or long-term health problem) who live on the territory of Slovakia: initiative on the basis of the protection of their rights, legal guidance, advice, mediation of contact with state authorities, public institutions and non-governmental sector, if necessary, also assistance and accompaniment through this contact.
Civic association accompanying families in need and children in foster care, with branches in Bratislava, Trnava, Žilina, Trenčín, Banská Bystrica and Prešov.
Slovak Humanities Council
A national voluntary centre of humanitarian and charitable organisations, civic associations and foundations active in the social field, which provide assistance, services, care, counselling and organise various activities for the benefit of socially disadvantaged people and people with disabilities.
Slovak Catholic Charity
An organisation of 10 archdiocesan charities providing humanitarian, social and spiritual support across Slovakia.
Contact details for each charity in your region can be found at: https://www.charita.sk/utecenci/
Civic association offering tailored psychosocial support for families, including children of refugees with disabilities from Ukraine, in eight regions of Slovakia. For more information about contacts and programmes in your region, please visit: https://tenenet.sk/en/centre-for-children-and-families/
Research Institute for Child Psychology and Pathopsychology (VÚDPaP)
Considering how the current situation and information coming from Ukraine impact on psychological condition of our children, parents, as well as teachers, VÚDPaP established a contact line for them (Monday-Friday between 8:00-18:00 at +421 910 361 252), and regularly publishes materials for educators working with children from Ukraine at https://vudpap.sk/en/krizova-intervencia/. VÚDPaP experts are providing support by crisis intervention and give advice how to explain the current situation to children.