“Posoka House” opened its doors on 19 January 2016
The Low-threshold Center “Posoka House” (“Direction” House) of Solidarnost Association for rehabilitation of addicted people started its work on 19 January 2016.
The Center works with addicted clients in active phase of drug and alcohol use who have not decided to start treatment yet.
The Center provides the following free services:
• shelter from the weather during the Center’s working hours;
• coffee and tea;
• washing machine and dryer;
• hygiene materials and disinfectants;
• consultations with psychiatrist,
• lawyer or psychologist on client’s request;
• referral to other support services.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 to 15:00.
Address: 109 Slivnitsa blvd., Sofia
Phone: 0883 389 930
Facebook cause: Къща „Посока“
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- “Posoka House” opened its doors on 19 January 2016
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We celebrate again!
Today we have another occasion to celebrate. One of our clients successfully completed the rehabilitation program „Solidarnost“, observing the anti-epidemic measures – 09 July 2020.
IN THE BEGINNING I DID NOT BELIEVE I COULD BE CURED
All starts are difficult, so was this one – to accept that you are addicted and to start treatment.