This web site gathers the most important information for an Ukrainian refugee who has arrived to Tallinn.

 
Official information and sites of Estonian institutions:

NATIONAL CRISIS WEBSITE
Estonian official national crisis website
 
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE FUND 
Working in Estonia
 
HEALTH INSURANCE FUND
Health checks, emergency and general medical help, temporary protection and health insurance

SOCIAL INSURANCE FUND
Benefits, social protection, support
 
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH 
Education in Estonia
 
POLICE AND BORDER GUARD
Protection, staying in Estonia, situation on the state border and working in Estonia

Counselling: +372 600 0677 (Mon–Fri 9–17), 1247 (24/7)
Emergency number 112 (police, ambulance, rescue)
General crisis information helpline 1247 (24/7)

Family Doctor's Advice Line 1220 (+372 634 6630 when calling from abroad).

Emotional support helpline 116 006 (+372 6147 393 when calling from abroad).

Migration advice (staying, working and living in Estonia) migrationadvice@politsei.ee or 612 3500 Mondays to Fridays from 9 AM to 3 PM.

Ukrainian Cultural Centre www.ukk.ee, +372 5650 2572, labora.tallinn@gmail.com


 

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Culture and leisure
 
We have put together a list of cultural and leisure activities that are free of charge for people arriving from the war in Ukraine.
See the list  here