Ústí  nad Labem

Ústí nad Labem

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The People in Need has been operating in Ústí nad Labem since 1999, as the first non-profit organisation to deal systematically with the issue of socially excluded localities, first by field social work and free-time activities in the then notorious Matiční Street and gradually afterwards in other city districts.

At this moment, the branch works mainly in the Předlice, Krásné Březno, Mojžíř, Matiční Street and Střekov areas.

Office addresses:

  • Prokopa Diviše 1605/5, Ústí nad Labem – town centre
  • Matiční 182, Ústí nad Labem – Krásné Březno
  • Hrbovická 60, Ústí nad Labem - Předlice
  • J. Plachty 183, Ústí nad Labem - Mojžíř

Supporting adults

Social work is our core service, therefore we have social workers’ offices in practically all relevant locations. The most common issues that people need to consult with our workers at the Ústí branch of PIN usually concern housing (help with looking for suitable apartments, advice with signing agreements etc.), assistance in communication with the authorities (people don’t know their way around the system of benefits, they need help with filing applications etc.), debt (help with setting up a schedule of instalments, declaring bankruptcy, family budgets etc.), employment (finding a job, getting a qualification, solving work related legal disputes etc.).

Among services for adults in Ústí nad Labem we offer:

  • individual consultation,
  • family consultation,

  • debt advice.

Supporting children

We have been providing educational services to children in Ústí nad Labem since 2006. We run two pre-school clubs in the city (PK Stonožka in Mojžíř and PK Stromeček in Předlice) and two low-threshold clubs for children and young people – Nový svět (for children between the ages of 6 and 19) and Mixer (for children and young people between the ages of 6 and 26). In addition, we offer support to children with problems at school in the form of individual tutoring. For young people we provide career consultation.

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