MyGuide is social and health services' electronic service available at all times from anywhere.

The service is intended for personal guidance and counselling.

MyGuide includes the following five services:

  • MyFinance
    information and guidance for managing your finances
  • MyNetwork
    support for families with children and expecting parents
  • MyNeuvola
    information related to maternity clinic visits, pregnancy and parenthood for families expecting a baby
  • MyPath
    support and guidance, for example, for matters related to employment and coping with life
  • MySchoolhealth
    instructions for parents/guardians regarding the online filling of preliminary information form for new pupil health examination

The use of MyGuide service requires authentication using your online banking credentials or the Mobile Certificate.

MyGuide service supports certain browsers. For security reasons and general functionality, we recommend that you use the latest browser versions.

The supported browsers for MyGuide service are:

  • Internet Explorer (version 9 or later)
  • Firefox (version 32 or later)
  • Chrome  (version 36 or later)

Partially supported browsers for MyGuide service are:

  • Safari
  • Opera

You can check which version of the browser you have under Help. You can check which version of the Mac browser you have by clicking About under the Apple menu.

Service type

Use of the service requires strong authentication using your online banking credentials, certificate card or mobile certificate. e-Identification is a shared identification service of public administration e-services. It enables secure electronic identification. e-Identification is the responsibility of the Population Register Centre.

More information on the e-identification

Mobile authentication works on Elisa, Sonera and DNA mobile subscriptions for which the Mobile Certificate service has been activated. (In Finnish)

Additional information

Feedback on technical issues (such as login problems and error messages) can be submitted here,

sent by e-mail to

or reported by telephone at
043 826 9082.