We create a safe place for communicating with addicted or threatened addicts. By working together, we map the current situation and offer support in finding solutions. We reduce the risks of possible negative impacts associated with drug use, contributing to improving the overall situation of the individual and protecting public health.
The social service is implemented based on an authorization according to Act No. 108/2006 Coll., about social services valid since 1 January 2007 (registered social service)
The list of basic activities is laid down in Act No. 108/2006 Coll., about social services valid since 1 January 2007, the content is stated in Decree No. 505/2006 Coll., Part Two.
The service is governed by the Quality Standards of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and Government Council for Drug Policy Coordination. In 2005, the service got the GCDPC Certificate of Professional Competence.
The current certificate of professional competence is valid until 2.11.2020.
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 16:00
Mon - Thu 10:00 - 13:00
Wed 11:00 - 12:00
Phone: +420 777 256 136
Phone: +420 777 064 473
Social workers: Mgr. Markéta Uxová
Veronika Kuhnová, DiS.
Worker of contact center: Bc. David Charvát
Supervisor: MUDr. Luboš Janů, Ph.D.
One of the most basic activities of the Contact Center memebers is mediation of getting treatment. Those interested in using the service can contact the staff, they provide to the service seeker information about the types of treatment programs, their course and help with the necessary documentation and fulfillment of the conditions for entering the treatment facility.
Service seekers or institution of social and legal protection of children can contact a workers and use a two-month test program for the presence of drugs metabolite in urine. The client is tested twice a week and on a once-a-week basis on individual therapy. The aim is to motivate and support the client towards abstinence in order to stabilize his / her current situation, support in difficult situations and to find their possible new starting points or resources.
Every Wednesday, a nurse is present at the Contact Center who performs tests for infectious diseases (HEP - type B and C hepatitis, HIV and syphilis). Testing is offered for free and anonymously.
Time and room reserved for drug addicted women who, due to their lifestyle, are living in the "male" world and therefore lose their femininity. There is an expanded food and hygiene service at the club that promotes self-care. The typical female topics which there is no suitable space within the Contact Center for can be shared in female circle.