Platform to support Ukrainians
When crossing the Latvian border, contact Society Integration Foundation and you will receive all the support (residence permits, accommodation, jobs, food, medicine, schools) call +37126654887 (available 24/7)
При перетині кордону Латвії, звертайтеся 24/7 до Фонду інтеграції суспільства за цілодобовим телефоном: +37126654887, там Ви зможете отримати інформацію про всі види підтримок (посвідки на проживання, місце проживання, робочі місця, харчування, медикаменти, школи для дітей, та інше).
The current information on the aid provided by the Riga municipality and the services offered to refugees from Ukraine can be received via the free phone +37180000800. The answers are provided in Latvian, English and Russian languages.
Riga Support Centre for Ukrainian residents is located on Amatu Street 4. The center opened from Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 18.00. It is possible to apply for a visa at the centre, to find a home if necessary, as well as to receive advice on job opportunities.
Social benefits can also be applied for in the centre and social support for people staying in Riga is provided. It is also possible to register children for training in Riga schools and nursery schools. Visitors to the centre may receive a travel ticket in Riga public transport and a SIM card of Latvian mobile phone operators.
The “I want to help refugees” movement, along with other nongovernmental organisations and active residents of Latvia, is currently helping to coordinate support and assistance to Ukrainian people who might come to Latvia.
We call on every citizen of Latvia who wants to help Ukrainians to register with palidziukrainai.lv.
At the same time, information can be followed in the FB group, firstname.lastname@example.org can also be contacted
On the other hand, the Ministry of Economics conducts a survey of tourist accommodation on the possibilities of refugee accommodation, and the survey can be completed here.
Ukraine State telephone line for offering assistance:
callers outside Ukraine +380 44 237 00 02;
calls in Ukraine 0 800 202 600.
Calling these phones can offer humanitarian aid to Ukrainian civilians, as well as support to the Ukrainian army.