• Are you fleeing the war?
  • Are your relatives still in Ukraine?
  • Are you in Ukraine and need to talk?
  • Call us, tell us how you feel. We're with you.

We are here for you.

If, for example, you've experienced or are experiencing things that are difficult for you, have trouble sleeping, or are having trouble concentrating, we're here to help.

If you want to talk about your child, worrying behavior, adaptation to Polish schools and kindergartens, you can count on us!

Are you worried about your relatives who stayed in Ukraine? We understand this very well. It is important to talk about it, share your concerns - we are here for you.

We speak

Polish (Tue-Sun)
Ukrainian (all week)
Russian (Mon-Thur; Fri-Sun)
Spanish (Fridays)
English (Fri-Sun)

The phone line is open

from Monday to Sunday
from 12 PM to 6 PM. Attention! The telephone will be closed on 10 November.

Our conversations are confidential

- you don't need to introduce yourself or register. You are free to disclose only as much information as you feel comfortable with.

Polish Migration Forum Foundation

The Polish Migration Forum Foundation has been working since 2007 for the integration of foreigners in Poland, respect for their rights and building intercultural dialogue.

The Foundation provides free legal, integration, vocational and psychological counselling for migrants and refugees. It supports children with migration experience in Polish schools and conducts intercultural education for children and young people (workshops, city games). Trains teachers, psychologists, civil servants.

A helpline with psychological support, operated in Ukrainian and Russian, was launched on the first day of the war, 24 February 2022. For more information: www.forummigracyjne.org.

Download a leaflet about our psychological support:

  • 1

    Watch your breathing,

    try to breathe so that your exhale is longer than your inhale. You are safe. Counting when inhaling to 3 and when exhaling to 6 will soothe the nervous system.

  • 2

    Touch will help:

    stroke a loved one, a cat, yourself (embrace yourself and slowly stroke your arms from top to bottom).

  • 3

    Redirect your attention

    to a specific task: e.g. count yellow and blue objects around you.

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