In the programming period 2017-2019, a total amount of CZK 6.571.452 has been allocated to 10 Non-Governmental Organisations within the priority area Crisis Intervention.
The project focuses on children and families with children who find themselves in unfavorable life situations.
The project aims to grow awareness among children and school staff about the possibility of assistance in the case of bullying, domestic violence and other difficulties they may face.
The project is a response to the ever-increasing demand from children for online communication channels through which they seek professional assistance provided by Linka bezpečí (Safety Helpline). The existing e-mail helpline and crisis assistance chatline which are working at full potential will also be strengthened by involving Linka bezpečí in the “Nenech to být (Don’t let it be)” project.
The project expands the provision of outpatient social services of our facility for children and youth to also provide them in the field with the overall aim to bring professional assistance closer to the children and their natural environment.
The project will provide personnel support (qualitative and quantitative) to the current crisis center. It will also improve the quality and expand current crisis assistance services for children and youth, providing consultancy and help in solving problems associated with cybercrime.
The project focuses on expanding the capacity of social services of crisis assistance for patients aged between 11 and 15. The primary aspect of the project is its innovative campaign focused on elementary school children. The purpose of the campaign is to inform the greatest amount of children possible about this service and to motivate them to use the service in cases of need.
Torture and sexual abuse of children poses a serious socio-pathological phenomenon affecting a large number of children.
The project is focused on expanding assistance to families experiencing a crisis directly at their home (natural environment) as part of intensive direct field services to families from both of the organization’s facilities.
The project is a reaction to the high requirements of the region in terms of psychological assistance to children and its low accessibility. At the crisis center, crisis assistance services are provided just by one psychologist.
This project’s implementation enables children, especially from regions where standard crisis assistance services are unavailable, to consult with professionals.