The precarious situation we find ourselves in as a result of the epidemic and the measures taken to limit its spread is posing new challenges for both children and their parents, and at the same time can create tensions between family members through self-isolation.
The Child and Adolescent Preventive Health Programme website provides a wide range of guidance and guidelines that can help both parents and children and adolescents to cope with the period of self-isolation.
Young people can also use the #tosemjaz online counselling service to ask questions or find information on a variety of topics such as: sexuality, relationships, mental health and much more.
The project is part-funded by the European Social Fund and the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities and the European Union. The operation is financed under the Operational Programme for the Implementation of the European Cohesion Policy 2014-2020, Priority Axis 9 “Social inclusion and reducing the risk of poverty”, Priority Investment 9.1 “Active inclusion, including the promotion of equal opportunities and active participation, and improving employability”, Specific Objective 9.1.2 “Empowering target groups to move towards the labour market”.