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Psycho-emotional support

Resources for receiving free support

Last update 01.06.2021

When the normal rhythm of life is disrupted and various constraints have to be observed, many people feel tension, anxiety, anger, sadness, or depression. Such emotions are understandable and not reprehensible; however, it is very important to do everything that is in your power to help yourself and the people close to you to cope with the negative. Consulting a professional psychologist or hearing a person out is one of the most effective ways to avoid negative psychological consequences of a crisis. 

The Ministry of Education and Science has compiled a list of available resources related to receiving psycho-emotional assistance for various groups of society:

This collection of resources includes hotlines, contacts for victims of violence, etc., and it is possible not only to call, but also to communicate via e-mails or discuss your issues on Skype. All resources are free of charge

In order to ensure the availability of psychological support for people in crisis, psychological support therapy groups of up to 20 people are now allowed to gather in the open air, subject to observing a 2-metre distance and using mouth and nose coverings.

Learn more about mental health promotion:
  • On the SPKC website (informative publications, infographics, posters, educational films, contact information for receiving state-paid consultations for psychiatrists; contact information for doctors-psychotherapists, etc.)

  • On the website of the National Health Service (state-paid mental health services, including a program for adolescents to reduce the risk of depression and suicide).

  • On the website of the Ministry of Health (opinions of reliable experts, informative materials, information on the activities performed so far in the field of mental health promotion).

We invite you to seek help in time!

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