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Assistance for war refugees

From March 2022, all services funded by the National Institute for Health Development targeting people affected by HIV, drug use and tuberculosis are also open to war refugees. The services are free of charge for those in need.

Comprehensive information on assistance for war refugees can be found on the portal www.kriis.ee or you can call us on 1247.

Specialist care and ARVs are available free of charge to all people living with HIV.

For HIV treatment, contact:

Tallinn
West Tallinn Central Hospital, Paldiski mnt. 62
Information and registration by phone: +372 659 8594, Mon to Fri 8:00-15:00
Tartu
University of Tartu Hospital, Puusepa 8a
Information and registration by phone: +372 73 18608, Mon to Fri 8:00-16:00
Pärnu
Pärnu Hospital, Ristiku 1
Information and registration by phone: +372 44 73300, Mon to Fri 7:30-18:00
Kohtla-Järve
Ida-Viru Central Hospital, Ravi 10C
Information and registration by phone: +372 5681 9343, Mon to Fri 8:00-16:00
Narva
Narva Hospital, Haigla 1
Information and registration by phone: +372 35 42039, Mon to Fri 8:00-16:00

Specialist care and medicines are available free of charge to all people living with tuberculosis.

For tuberculosis treatment, contact:

Tallinn
TB Treatment Unit of the Pulmonology Centre of the North Estonia Medical Centre at Hiiu, Hiiu 39
Information and registration by phone: +372 617 2929, Mon to Fri 8:00-14:00
Tartu
University of Tartu Hospital, Riia mnt 167
Information and registration by phone: +372 731 8949, Mon to Fri 8:00-14:00
Narva
Vestervalli Outpatient Clinic, Vestervalli 15,
Information and registration by phone: +372 357 2779

Help for people who use drugs

  • If you need opioid substitution therapy, go to the nearest medical establishment that offers opioid substitution therapy. People with opioid addiction are given free naloxone!
  • In order to receive harm reduction or support services, contact your nearest harm reduction centre.
  • Mental health support can be obtained by calling the mental health nurse on +372 5601 1999 or as online counselling (Mon-Fri 10-20). Support is provided in Estonian, Russian and English.
  • If you find it difficult to decide where to start, we suggest you contact a support worker for people who use drugs. For more information call +372 5884 4225. Support is provided in Estonian and Russian.