In Perm offers free legal consultations for parents of children with disabilities

0
8

Photo: Facebook page of the public organization “Happiness to live”

Public organization “Happiness to live” held in Perm exit face-to-face advice for parents of children with disabilities, reported on the website of the city administration. With the assistance of a lawyer can contact everyone without an appointment. Legal consultations were also held by phone and via e-mail.

“The most important task for legal aid “Happiness to live” – to help in a timely manner, to resolve the difficult situation, suggest the right actions, and real steps that will allow you to obtain a positive decision,” – said the lawyer of the NGO “Happiness to live” Andrew Bibik.

For the convenience of parents of disabled children legal consultations are conducted on the bases of rehabilitation centers, correctional schools and at the hospitals of Perm:

  • May 15, from 10:00 to 14:00 – Sivkova str., 14, Department of rehabilitation;
  • 22 may 13:00 to 15:00 –Bohdana Khmelnitskogo str., 56, Department of rehabilitation;
  • 29 may from 16:00 to 18:00 –St. Bushmakina, d. 19, Department of palliative care (for patients Department).

During operation consultations for legal aid may apply to any parent of a child with a disability.

In addition, free legal consultations can be obtained by contacting the hotline “Happiness to live”, which is open every weekday from 10:00 to 18:00 and Saturday from 10:00 to 16:00. Telephone hotline: 8 (922) 33-41-600. All calls on the Perm edge free. For any questions parents of children with disabilities can also send a request by e-mail happiness.to.live@mail.ru and to the answer of the lawyer.

Previously, we reported that the Perm regional public organisation of protection of the rights of children with disabilities and their families “Happiness to live” has opened a hotline for legal assistance to parents of children with disabilities. On the rights and entitlements of disabled children and their parents can be learn by phone 8 (800) 550-33-41. Calls across Russia free.

Source

LEAVE A REPLY