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Community Center "Plicz-o-plicz" (shoulder to shoulder)
support point for refugees from Ukraine - in Warsaw at ul. Chmielna 85/87


+48 660 784 295
Community Center
Community Center "Plicz-o-plicz" (shoulder to shoulder)
support point for refugees from Ukraine - in Warsaw at ul. Chmielna 85/87

Community centre “Plich-o-plich” is for everyone!

We help everyone, regardless of their country of origin, gender, ethnic origin, nationality, religion, religion, belief, disability, age or sexual orientation. We offer support in various languages: Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, Belarusian, English, French, Chechen, Dari and Persian. If you need help in another language, please let us know. We will help!

Our help is free.

You can come straight from the street, without a prior appointment.

You can also contact us by e-mail: 

or by phone: + 48 660 784 295

Warsaw, ul. Chmielna 85/87 (1st floor).

We are open from Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 6 PM.


we offer the following support:

- psychological support

individual, professional support for adults, adolescents and children in appropriate settings

Stanisław Hoculak - Monday 12 PM - 6 PM 

Sergei Kuznetcov - Tuesday 9 AM - 3 PM

Julia Walatek - Wednesday 9 AM - 3 PM

Stanisław Hoculak -  Thursday 12 PM - 6 PM 

Alla Lykova - Friday 9 AM - 3 PM

- general counselling

identification of individual needs, answering questions, referral to external partners if necessary (e.g. power of attorney, long-term psychotherapy)

- consultation on legalisation of residence - this will be handled by the Our Choice Foundation / Ukrainian House in Warsaw

The "Our Choice" Foundation will run a consultation point, providing information primarily on the legalisation of residence for people who have come from Ukraine due to the war. The consultants will, if necessary, provide support in filling in the documents or communicating (by phone) with the institution providing assistance in the needed scope.

- case worker assistance

Clients with more complex needs will be referred to services provided by social workers who specialise in supporting clients with disabilities, victims of violence, representatives of different minorities. If necessary, social workers will accompany clients to access public education, the health system, disability recognition certificates.

- Day care centre for children - run by the Foundation For Freedom

A place and an animation and educational programme designed for children aged 3-7, 7-9, whose parents/guardians have counselling, consultations, meetings at the Centre or run other errands outside the building while leaving their children in the care of staff. The maximum time a child can stay in the care of our educators is 4 hours.

You can come straight from the street, there is no registration, everything is free!


Lead organisation in Warsaw: Polish Migration Forum Foundation.

Partners are: Foundation for Freedom, Ukrainian House in Warsaw / Український дім у Варшаві.

The project is led by Danish Refugee Council.

UNHCR Poland

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