The notification obligation pertains to a wide range of parties who have, as part of their work, learnt about a child whose need for treatment and care, development-endangering factors or own behaviour require determining the need for child welfare.
The form for making a child welfare notification has been moved to a new location. Click the Go to web service button above. If the “Go to web service” button does not work, please clear your browser cache in the browser settings.
To see the old information, please follow this link.
The new form will not display information from previously submitted forms. You can still view the old form. If you would like to store information from old child welfare notifications, please print them or save them on your computer. If the link does not work, please clear your browser cache.
- If you know the child’s personal identity code, please click the “Go to web service” button above.
- If you do not know the child’s personal identity code, please fill in the printable child welfare notification (pdf, 100 Kt) and send it to the social welfare office. Contact information is located at the bottom of the form.
On the basis of the contact, a social worker will contact the family and make an assessment of the situation together with the family.
In urgent cases, make a child welfare notification by telephone to the child welfare services of the child’s area of residence and, outside office hours, to the social and crisis emergency services, tel. 09 816 42439.
If you suspect a crime or sexual offense against a child’s life and health, report it directly to the police and also make a child welfare notification.