Help Center for Foreigners

Polski Русский

 

Important notice! Because of a threat of spreading coronavirus from 16th March 2020, Ocalenie Foundation (including Help Center for Foreigners and Magazin) is closed. In urgent cases please write to: [email protected]

 

Are you a foreigner? Do you need help?

You can use our free help in the following matters:

  • dealing with everyday struggles,
  • psychological consultation and psychotherapy,
  • finding accommodation and job search,
  • contacting Polish governmental institutions and filling formal applications,
  • contacting health care service,
  • contacting schools and kindergartens,
  • support for people who were subjected to discrimination, trauma, violence, or hate speech,
  • assistance for people in crisis and critical situations,
  • free of charge Polish language courses.

If you do not know where to find help, just contact us:

Help Center for Foreigners in Warsaw

Krucza 6/14a, 00-537 Warszawa
Monday to Friday from 8 am to 7 pm (Sept. 2019: 10 am to 7 pm)

Phone: +48 22 828 04 50
Fax: +48 22 828 50 02
E-mail: [email protected]

We speak Arabic, English, Georgian, Persian, Polish, Russian, Tajik, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.

Help Center for Foreigners in Łomża

Sadowa 8, 18-400 Łomża
Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm

Phone: +48 86 214 16 57
E-mail: [email protected]

We speak Chechen, Polish, and Russian.

Help Center News

Get it done: Benefit “Good start” 300+

The "Good Start" programme („Dobry Start”) provides for an annual support of PLN 300 for children starting their school year until they reach the age of 20, or 24 in...

Get it done: Registration at the labour office

Job loss and unemployment are one of the most difficult and stressful life experiences. The stress is even higher for foreigners - apart from the loss of income and other...

Help Center for Victims of Tortures

[UA/ TJ/ GEO/ FR/ AR >>>]   The Ocalenie Foundation has launched Help Center for Victims of Tortures. It will operate until the end of 2020. Project is cofinanced by...

Get it done: How to get social assistance from the OPS?

Social Welfare Centres (Ośrodek Pomocy Społecznej – OPS) are institutions that operate within the social assistance system at the local level (in gmina - municipality). Their activities focus on providing...

Get it done: Voluntary insurance at the NFZ

Health insurance is absolutely essential, even if you feel perfectly fine at the moment. Apart from providing psychological comfort and assuring access to health care in emergency situation, it has...

Get it done: Annual tax return 2019

Submitting the PIT-37 tax return form is a task everyone working legally in Poland has to face sooner or later. This applies equally to those who - in the tax...

Get it done with us – new information series from Ocalenie Foundation

Do you need to arrange something with public authorities, in the bank, court or post office? Do you want to enroll your child in school, pay taxes, find a job,...

Donate 1% of your income tax to the Ocalenie Foundation!

The Ocalenie Foundation helps refugees and migrants start a new life in Poland. We run Help Centers for Foreigners in Warsaw and Łomża, where one can get multilingual support with...

Lockdown continues, deportations too

You might be wondering what happens to the people who are to be deported from Poland by the Border Guard now, during the pandemic. Perhaps you ask yourselves: How come?...

Coronavirus updates

Dear clients, we care about your safety and we will keep you updated with the most important coronavirus notifications in your language. You can find all important updates in English...

Tax return 2019 (PIT-37) assistance

  Did you work legally in Poland in 2019 (based on “umowa o pracę”, “umowa zlecenia”, “umowa o dzieło”)? Then you should fill out your 2019 tax return form (PIT-37)....

Ocalenie Foundaion closed from March 16th, 2020

  [EN / PL / RU/ AR/ TJ/ GEO/ UA]   Because of a threat of spreading coronavirus from 16th March 2020 Ocalenie Foundation & Magazin are closed. In urgent...

Polish classes suspended until further notice

Due to the government's decision to close schools and institutions we have decided to immediately suspend all Polish courses until further notice.

9th-10th March 2020: Ocalenie Foundation is closed

9th-10th March 2020 (Monday & Tuesday) Ocalenie Foundation is closed. We are waiting for you on Wednesday 11th March. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

MINT: mentoring program for young migrants and refugees

Mentoring for Integration of third country national children affected by migration (MINT)  is a program of the Ocalenie Foundation implemented jointly with partners from Hungary, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Romania....

Opening hours changed in September

In September 2019 Help Center for Foreigners is open from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.  

MINT: new mentoring program for young migrants and refugees

Mentoring for Integration of third country national children affected by migration (MINT) -  is a new program of the Ocalenie Foundation implemented jointly with partners from Hungary, Slovenia, the Czech...

Tax return (PIT-37) assistance

Did you work legally in Poland in 2018? Until Apr. 30th 2019 you should fill in your 2018 tax return form (PIT-37). This year, for the first time, your PIT-37...

Wiedza do potęgi: new tutor-scholarship program for young refugees

Wiedza do potęgi is a new program of the Ocalenie and the BNP Paribas Foundation, prepared for young refugees who have learning difficulties and could therefore stop education. The program...

Opening hours changed in January

In January 2019 Help Center for Foreigners is open from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Nov 11th: we are open in case of emergencies

For those who will need help as a result of possible incidents on 11/11/2018, we will be on duty on this day between 12:00 and 19:00 in our office on Krucza 6/14a....