The federal point of contact mediates and coordinates supply and demand for newly arriving refugees from the Ukraine with disabilities and/or care needs. The aim of the “Bundeskontaktstelle” is to create transparency about the needs of refugees from Ukraine with disabilities and/or care needs, e.g. by collecting specific information around care needs and/or degrees of disability from the evacuating organizations before they arrive in Germany. Furthermore, it supports the 16 state coordination points in finding appropriate accommodation by forwarding the needs identified in advance to the states at an early stage.
Free Medical Care in Tbilisi Georgia is offered by Vivamedi Center. Медичний центр Вівамеді! Ми пропонуємо безкоштовну медичну допомогу нашим українським друзям, людям, які шукають тимчасового притулку через воєнний стан! Зв’яжіться з нами за номером: +995 32 2 101 100Адреса: Тбілісі, Алея Давида Агмашенебелі N234
Free medical services, psychological and social support as well as food are provided by Doctors of the World (Médecins du Monde) Greece, at the following addresses: 12 Sapfous Str, Athens 105 53, Tel: +188.8.131.52.150 29a Ptolemaion Str, Thessaloniki 546 30, Tel: +30.2310.56.66.41
Free primary medicine services for Ukrainian citizens, in all REGINA MARIA polyclinics and partner centers in Romania
The REGINA MARIA network offers free primary medicine services for Ukrainian refugees. The range of care provided to them includes comprehensive polyclinic and imaging services, as well as laboratory analysis, PCR testing, and psycho-emotional counseling.
The National Oncology Institute Marii Skłodowskiej – Curie offers a helpline for Ukrainian-speaking people who need information about the activities and treatment: Call (+48) 546 20 00 National Oncology Institute Marii Skłodowskiej – Curie, National Research Institute, ul. Roentgena 5, 02-781 Warsaw Please go for registration at Entrance A, where you will receive all necessary information.
The National Health Fund (NHF) offers a free hotline for oncological patients from Ukraine. Call free of charge (+48) 800 190 590. The hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, also on public holidays. The hotline allows you to contact centers where oncological treatment in Poland can be continued. It is intended for patients: who are Ukrainian citizens, treated oncologically in Ukraine, who, due to military operations, crossed the Polish-Ukrainian border from February 24, 2022. Through the hotline, the patient may report the need to continue oncological treatment in Poland. It is enough for the patient