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Resources and Support for Ukraine

Official websites and helplines
What follows is pertinent Ukrainian response information (links and phone numbers) for Ukrainians entering specific countries. Click below to view the respective resources provided by each country.










  • Slovenia's Assistance to the Citizens of Ukraine
  • Calls from Slovenia Toll Free Number: 080 41 42
  • Calls from Abroad: +38614787530

Humanitarian relief organizations
As the invasion of Ukraine continues to unfold, a humanitarian crisis has emerged forcing civilians to flee their homeland or take up residence in make-shift shelters and subway stations throughout the country. The world is watching the atrocities of war and is naturally wanting to provide help. Below is a non-exhaustive list of organizations providing on-the-ground assistance to the Ukrainian people. Expand to learn more.


If you are coming from Ukraine
For those fleeing the war in Ukraine and going to the European Union, here you will find key information about your rights regarding crossing the border into an EU country, eligibility for temporary protection, applying for international protection, as well as the rights of travel, healthcare, housing and more, inside the European Union. Expand to learn more.


How you can help
Everyone wants to support people who have been forced to flee Ukraine because of the invasion or who stayed in Ukraine and need help. You can help by donating to the numerous organizations that have mobilized in the EU Member States. Click below to access an interactive map of country-specific organizations. Expand to learn more.


Psychosocial impact of war
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) produces many publications, including the World Migration Report, National Migration Profiles, the Migration Research Series, as well as other studies and reports, journals, manuals, flyers, and catalogs. Read about and search the list of regularly published IOM publications below and a booklet for men facing a crisis. Expand to learn more.


General trauma resources
Almost everyone who experiences trauma will be emotionally affected, but not everyone will respond in the same way. The following resources may be useful to the general public on how to cope with trauma and PTSD after an traumatic event. Expand to learn more.


Supporting children after war/trauma
If your child or teenager (or a child or teenager in your care) has been through a traumatic experience, there is a lot you can do to help. These resources, available in various different languages, are available for both parents and providers.



Talking to children about war
Children and young people have many questions about war. These resources, available in Dutch, Finnish, and German provide various information for the general public on how to commuincate to children about war.


Media Information for wider population (Finnish)
These guidelines can guide to the correct response to violence when displayed in various forms of media and determine between fact or opinion into whats being reported in the media. Expand to learn more.


Support for hosting refugees (Dutch)
When refugees and asylum seekers arrive in a new country, they not only have to find their way in a new culture, but also arrange all kinds of practical things, such as handling all the paperwork and looking for a job. These guidelines are for receiving people who are starting a new life in your area. Expand to learn more.


Psychological first aid (Ukrainian)
Psychological First Aid is an evidence-informed modular approach to help children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of disaster, terrorism, or war. Expand to learn more.


Sites that offer an overview of resources in Ukraine
The links below are a collection of information that may be of help to survivors or trauma professionals. Resources are available in various languages. Expand to learn more.