Bc. Brigita Hlačinová, contact integration centre: +421 948 364 067
Email: email@example.com or message on Facebook OZ STOPA
Address: Pražská 33, 811 04, Bratislava
Open on weekdays from 7.30 am to 3.30pm.
Our work at the center is focused on the quality of providing support to people who ask for it.
How does the process work?:
- It's best to call (if you don't have a call, ring and we'll call you back) and arrange a meeting time.
- Respect the rules of the center: come without the influence of drugs and without aggressiveness. We are here to help you and not to seek the truth in your answers. We provide social services regardless of race, sexual orientation, religious or political beliefs, and we respect diversity.
- The first contact takes about an hour.
- The input is an anamnestic interview, which is an essential part of our work to learn more about you and your situation. It is for our purposes only and no one but us will work with it. All information is strictly confidential.
- Don't count on doing things for you. We work on the basis of participation. We want you to handle the situation yourself, we'll show you how.
- No question is a bad question.
We can help:
personal bankruptcy - looking for a legal work - working on PC (CVs, applications, etc.) - searching for housing - communicating with authorities - declaration of residence - solving benefits in material need and various allowances - contacting family - use of telephone for business or official purposes - basic treatment
We can not help:
providing finance - finding illegal work - using your PC for fun- food and shower
ALL SOCIAL SERVICES ARE PROVIDED FOR FREE.
Work therapy is part of the integration center and integration process. Work therapy is part of the responsibility to the environment, to the city we live in, to individuals and communities moving around the city, and last but not least to people who have decided to end homelessness.
Work therapy is focused on skills training, especially revitalization of green areas in the city. It is an activity for clients financially rewarded so that they do not have to deal with survival by begging, collecting secondary raw materials, etc. As this is a long-term and demanding process, individuals who receive this assistance for 6 months are consistently selected for the process.
As a result of this activity, more than 43 people ended homelessness (* February 2020). Every year more people enter the project and many of them are not homeless at the end of the project.