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AA groups provide support for staying sober.
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The purpose of activity centres is to promote and support the informal carers and the care receivers and their well-being.
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Adaptation coaching is an individual or group-form activity with a definite goal, where the result is social rehabilitation, minimising the problems caused by the disability.
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Adoption counselling is available to residents of Helsinki and Vantaa. The counselling is free of charge for customers. Counselling is provided regarding domestic, international and inter-family adoption.
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A person wishing to adopt a child or give his or her child up for adoption is required to first attend adoption counselling.
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If you are considering giving your child up for adoption, you can come and discuss the matter with a social worker.
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Social work is responsible for the social work services of new social assistance customers, who are using the services for the first time in Helsinki, as well as for supplementary and preventative social assistance.
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The task of a Child Welfare Officer is to assist parents in making an agreement and compile an executable document of the issues agreed by the parents.
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You can evaluate your alcohol use with the help of the AUDIT test, which gives you immediate feedback on your situation.
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Financial support for commissioning clothing or significant changes or due to faster than normal wear and tear of clothes, due to the disability.
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Helsinki residents have the option to have an anonymous HIV test in the laboratories of health stations.
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This service is intended for a person with severe disabilities, whose apartment or its immediate surroundings include obstacles that make everyday activities difficult.
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When an intellectually disabled customer wants to apply for a case-specific reduction or non-recovery of a charge, he or she must compile a free-form application.
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The service centres offer a wide range of possibilities for arts and crafts. There is for example instructed wood and metal working.
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The assessing of service needs must be done together with the customer and, if necessary, with the customer's relative, close friend or a guardian appointed to the customer.
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During their assessment and rehabilitation, a client receives an evaluation of their cognitive, mental, physical and social capabilities.
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Group homes provide disabled people with assisted, guided and supported housing. When assessing the housing options, the customer's need for assistance, care, guidance and support in everyday life is taken into account.
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The Aurora Mobile Outpatient Unit is the multidisciplinary outreach outpatient care working group of Helsinki's psychiatric services.
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Birth control information and sexual counselling services provide information and services related to contraceptives and sexuality.
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Breast cancer screening, that is, mammography, is aimed at detecting breast cancer at an early stage by using low-energy X-rays to examine the breasts. Breast cancer is the most frequent type of cancer among women.
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