This is a list of service providers for asylum seekers and refugees staying in Greece, produced by Medecins Du Monde. The organizations listed in this guide offer free assistance. Services include medical care, social counselling, psychological support, care and hygiene services, legal aid, meals, shelter, material aid, education, services for people living with ΗΙV/AIDS, as well as services for people discriminated against due to their gender identity/expression and/or sexual preference.
The guide also includes independent authorities where you can seek assistance in case your rights are being violated by public services, private entities, natural or legal persons.
The guide is available in Arabic, English, Farsi, French and Greek.
Athens survival guide
English – Greek – French – Arabic – Farsi
Thessaloniki Service Mapping
Arabic, English, Farsi, French and Greek.
Counselling Centres for Women Survivors of Violence
Athens: Arabic, English, Farsi 1 – 2, French and Greek.
Thessaly: Arabic, English, Farsi, French and Greek
Epirus and Peloponessos: Arabic, English, Farsi, French and Greek
Northern Greece: Arabic, English, Farsi, French and Greek
Islands: Arabic, English, Farsi, French and Greek
Videos for unaccompanied children
With the support of the US Embassy in Greece, Faros has created the following animation videos. The aim of the videos is to provide unaccompanied children and adolescents with child-friendly information about risks and to improve knowledge in order to enable healthy decision-making. The video addresses protection issues related to abuse, sexual exploitation, and trafficking and can be used also to facilitate group discussion in shelters, community centers etc.
Here are the links:
This HELP partner website “other services” section may contain links and references to third-party web sites. The linked sites are not under the control of UNHCR, and UNHCR is not responsible for the content of any linked site. UNHCR provides these links only for research and information provision purposes, and the inclusion of a link or reference does not imply the endorsement of the linked site by UNHCR.