Statutory social welfare services include child welfare and welfare for substance abusers, children’s custody and visiting rights, children’s maintenance agreements, services for the disabled and elderly, income support, and establishment of paternity.
Contact a social worker for adult services in the following cases:
- problems arising from substance abuse
- financial problems in the family
- any other crisis
- you need guidance and counselling about social services for adults
If you need a social service, make an appointment with a social worker at the centre for social and health services in your own area. These services are free of charge. In the evenings and at weekends, contact the emergency help line.