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Where can I go to find emergency/short-term housing?
Accommodation for refugees in Lisbon is being provided by 3 different institutions, all volunteer run:
Other Emergency housing platforms:
Can I access public housing or housing provided by the state? How and where do I apply for public housing?
If you cannot afford a house in Portugal, you can ask for support from the High Commission for Migrations (ACM) via:
You can also have access to the special regime of the 'Porta de Entrada' program , in which financial support is granted to support the costs of accommodation in tourist resorts or the rent of a house. The support lasts up to 18 months, and can be extended up to a maximum of 30 months. More information on the Portugal For Ukraine portal .
How do I find long term housing?
You can look for long-term accommodation using these platforms:
The rent for a one-room apartment in a small town or in the central part of the country starts from €350 per month, for a two-room apartment from €700. In Lisbon, the price of an apartment starts at around €1,200 per month - in areas located half an hour's walk from the tourist centers of Baixa, Chiado, etc.
If I am staying with friends and family in the long term, what documents do I need to fill out to make it official? How can I obtain proof of residency?
Your address will be printed on the digital certificate that proves that you applied for temporary protection. Also you can get certificate from the local authorities (Junta de Freguêsia) attesting that you are living in that area (atestado de residencia).
We advise you to contact The Migrant Helpline (with Telephone Translation Service, in Ukrainian), on +351 218 106 191 (mobile and foreign network) or 808 257 257 (fixed-line network in Portugal), workdays, Monday to Friday, between 9am and 8pm, and Saturdays, from 9am to 5pm.