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Help points for Ukrainians in Poland: where to go in a difficult situation

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Help points for Ukrainians in Poland: where to go in a difficult situation

Since the beginning of the full-scale war in Ukraine, more than 300 aid points for Ukrainian refugees have been deployed in Poland. Find out more about the contacts of institutions and what help Ukrainians can get at specialized points

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Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of russia on the territory of Ukraine, Poland has received tens of thousands of Ukrainian citizens and provided them with all the necessary assistance. Currently, there are more than 300 specialized points for helping Ukrainian refugees on the territory of Poland.

What help can Ukrainians get at specialized Polish points?


Depending on their needs, Ukrainian refugees can count on medical, legal and psychological assistance.

It is also noted that Polish aid stations provide material support to Ukrainian refugees.

Thanks to such monetary assistance, the resettled people are able to cover the costs of treatment, medical equipment, rehabilitation, the purchase of clothes, shoes and necessary personal hygiene products. Material support also includes the issuance of food stamps.

How to find help points for Ukrainians in Poland?


In order to easily find the nearest aid point, an interactive map has been created, with the help of which you can quickly find out the location of the point closest to you.

Where to ask for help: contacts


A special hotline was created for Ukrainians who are currently in Poland and need help:

• +48 222 309 900. The hotline works around the clock. For convenience, consultations are held in Ukrainian and English.

We will remind you! Ukrainian families have the right to receive cash assistance for adults and children in 2023. Find out in more detail which programs of financial assistance to Ukrainian families are currently available in Poland and how to receive payments by following the link.

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