We still work towards the well-being of children, youth and adults from Ukraine and other countries!
We have launched a social campaign addressed to children, youth, and adults from Ukraine and beyond! We want to meet the need for long-term help and support for those in a mental crisis.
If you feel that you need help, you are worried about someone close to you, or you want to know how to talk to people in crisis, call or come to the Information Point for Foreigners! It’s a safe space where you will receive all the information you need about where to look for long-term help. We are currently cooperating with psychologists from the Zustricz Foundation and Mental Helpline, who provide psychological support and are on duty several days a week. We encourage you to contact us by calling the number: +48 887 201 598
What’s it all about?
It’s always worth remembering how important it is to monitor your well-being and take care of your mental health. Seeking help is an expression of caring for yourself and your loved ones. Speak up about how you feel!
With our actions, we want to help anyone who needs it! We will:
- break stereotypes that seeking psychological help is something to be ashamed of or that it’s a sign of weakness,
- educate parents and guardians about how to talk to their children or teens,
- debunk myths, fight disinformation, and promote research-based attitudes,
- distribute leaflets with information on where to get help in Ukrainian, so that the language barrier will never be an obstacle to receiving support!
Call or come by if you have any further questions 🙂
Where you’ll receive information or help?
Near the center of Krakow 🙂 we invite you to the Information Point for Foreigners
(Galeria Kazimierz, Podgórska 34 St., the Point is on the right side of the entrance from Rzeźnicza St., ground floor)
At the Information Point for Foreigners, we will provide you with information on where you can obtain psychological support for foreigners in Krakow.
You will find us for sure!
At the Information Point for Foreigners, we offer information about free psychological support. Assistance is provided in Ukrainian, Polish, English, or Russian. It’s best to visit us in person or call +48 887 201 598 to inquire about available appointment times, organizations currently offering free assistance, or where to find more information on this topic.
And before that, be sure to watch the video in which Ludmiła from our team talks about what to expect from such a meeting and how to prepare for it 🙂
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*Social campaign entitled „Speak UP” is implemented by the Internationaler Bund Polska Foundation. The campaign includes activities promoting mental health among people living in Krakow and a place where you can get information about free psychological support.
The campaign was created in cooperation with the Information Point for Foreigners in Krakow (organized by the Foundation). The campaign received the patronage of the City of Krakow and the media patronage of Gazeta Wyborcza.