Resources with more information regarding help in Czech Republic
Basic information about the possibility of staying in the Czech Republic. Instructions for temporary protection, how to report changes to the Ministry of Interior and other useful information about staying in the Czech Republic.
- 112 is the single European emergency number
- 150 – Fire protection
- 155 – Emergency medical assistance
- 158 – Police of the Czech Republic
- 156 – City (municipal) police
Czech Red Cross. Website .
- +420 226 200 200
Caritas Czech Republic. Website .
- +420 224 811 111
La Strada organization SOS line. Website .
- +420 222 717 171
- +420 800 07 77 77
Association for Integration and Migration (SIMI – Sdružení pro integráci a migraci) Baranova 33, Prague 3. Here you can get free consultations on social and legal issues in Czech, Russian, English and French. You can also ask to ensure the presence of a Ukrainian-speaking translator.
Free psychological help hotline in the Czech Republic "How are You?" program of Olena Zelenska +420 800 012 058
The Europe Direct information service is free information support in 24 languages, even in critical cases (urgent assistance, legal support, general questions). You can call from anywhere in the EU for free on 00 800 6 7 8 9 10 11.
Consultative chatbot of the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Education and Culture VisitforUkraine:
- Chat window on the website
- Telegram chatbot
- Round-the-clock support on issues of exit/entry to Ukraine, rules of stay abroad.
Information about rules of entry, staying and transit inside Czech Republic.
Main website and Facebook page for Ukraine's Embassy in Czech Republic.
App with proven resources for finding a free translator.