NASC, an Migrant and Refugee Rights Centre in Cork offers an advocacy service on immigration-related matters. Counseling on the phone or in main office as a follow-up appointment. Their website contains legal information for migrants and refugees. It features a section in Ukrainian. Phone: +35214273594
Doras is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organisation working to support and promote the rights of all migrants in Ireland. They provide a free and confidential advice and legal information service on immigration-related issues. They also provide direct support to victims of human trafficking. Their website features a section for Ukrainian nationals seeking to come to Ireland.
The Immigrant Council Of Ireland offers independent and confidential legal counseling for people from a migrant background in Ireland. The website has information on many legal issues refugees may face. They operate an Immigration Helpline on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10am to 1pm an Tuesday from 7pm to 9pm as well. Phone: +35316740200
The website of the Citizens Information Board in Ireland offers collected official Information on a broad range of topics, concerning public services and the entitlements of citizens in Ireland. There is a dedicated section for people from Ukraine.
If you arrive in Ireland from Ukraine, you can get support from the Irish State. This includes a place to stay, financial support (social welfare), the right to work, and healthcare services. The HSE (Health Service Executive) is Ireland’s public healthcare service. In a life threatening emergency, call 999 or 112 to ask for an ambulance. These numbers are free to call and work on any phone. For general information about health services, call the HSE’s contact centre (HSE Live) on 1800 700 700 or 00 353 1 240 8787 (from outside Ireland).