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Assistance in emergencies in Albania

Help for survivors of violence

The Today for the Future network supports survivors of violence. In particular, it helps men and women who have experienced domestic violence.

If you need help, you can call the following phone number. The number is available 24 hours a day:
0800 9888

There are also centres in:

  • Tirana
  • Durres
  • Puke.

The network works closely with the police, educational institutions such as schools, health services and legal advice providers.

Contact

Today for the Future“ Network
Tirana Rruga Elbasanit, Pll. Abau, Sh. 2, K.6, Appt.13
Tirana
Emergency helpline 0800 9888

„Today for the Future“ Network Durres
Rruga Leon Tolstoi 17,
Skolina 5, ish-Kënet
Durres

„Today for the Future“ Network Puke
Sheshi Tërbuni,
SH5, pranë Bashkisë
Puke

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Specific help for women

The Today for the Future network supports women.

The network can help you:

  • to take control of your own life
  • to live independently.

You can use a range of services, for example:

  • job training
  • counselling
  • legal advice.

If you need help, you can call the following phone number. The number is available 24 hours a day: 0800 9888

There are also centres in:

  • Tirana
  • Durres
  • Puke.
Contact

„Today for the Future“ Network Tirana

Rruga Elbasanit, Pll. Abau, Sh. 2, K.6, Appt.13
Tirana

Emergency helpline 0800 9888

„Today for the Future“
Network Durres
Rruga Leon Tolstoi 17,
Skolina 5, ish-Kënet
Durres

„Today for the Future“
Network Puke
Sheshi Tërbuni, SH5,
pranë Bashkisë
Puke

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Help for drug users
and others

The Albanian Association for Prevention and Rehabilitation from Alcohol a.o. Drugs (APRAD) can help you if you have health problems or drug dependency issues.

It offers the following services:

  • health check-ups and counselling
  • information on sex education, sexual health and contraception
  • information about human rights and legal advice
  • help with treatment and rehabilitation.

The website aims to reach the following people:

  • young people
  • women
  • sex workers
  • people in prison
  • people living with HIV or AIDS
  • undocumented migrants
  • ethnic minorities
  • anyone else in need.

You will need to make an appointment. To make an appointment, call the mobile number or visit the APRAD office. The staff speak Albanian, Italian and English.

Contact

Albanian Association for Prevention and Rehabilitation from Alcohol a.o. Drugs (APRAD)
Rruga Jani Vreto 39
Tirana

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Need support before or after your return to Albania? Here you can receive advice.

Link to the advice centre