Results for the two heated tents
The heated tent in Kalinin district is located at on Akademic Lebedev Street opposite house no. 20, and the one in Frunzensky district is on 9th January avenue near house no. 8. Both tents are open fr om 8 p.m. till 8 a.m. and anyone can use them to spend a night, have a hot supper and breakfast, receive some help fr om a social worker, and once a week there is a volunteer with medical training on duty as well who examine the visitors.
In November Nochlezhka’s two tents accommodated a total of 228 people, who spent a total of 1,396 nights there.
Results for the Night Bus
The Night Bus sets off every weekday in the evening, all year round. It makes four stops wh ere Nochlezhka’s volunteers feed 150-200 people per evening.
Over the month of November 530 people used its services with varying regularity, our volunteers gave out 3,237 hot meals.
The results of our ‘Cultural Laundrette’
Nochlezhka opened a free launderette for homeless people together with the chain of self-service launderettes Prachka.com on 22 November. In 7 working days in November 159 people used it to wash and dry their clothes.
The results of the rehabilitation shelter at 112B, Borovaya str.
In November our rehabilitation shelter accommodated 63 people, who received full support from the social workers, lawyers and psychologists of our charity. The shelter has a capacity of 52 beds and is the largest centre for the homeless in the city.
The Results of the Counselling service
Nochlezhka’s social workers and lawyers accept visitors four days a week, seeing approximately 50-70 people on a daily basis.
In November social workers consulted 793 people.
Our lawyers gave legal advice to 38 people and provided legal services (including the cases wh ere the matter was taken to court) to 23 people.
Food sets were given to 732 people, toiletries to 510 people.
Clothes were given to 603 people.
We helped 14 people find a job (including those with provided accommodation).
Assistance in having a Russian passport re-issued (including cases which went to court) – 13 people.
Assistance in getting an international passport – 2 people.
Assistance in getting or retrieving an individual taxpayer’s number and their employment records – 1 person.
Assistance in getting diplomas or certificates of education re-issued – 2 people.
Assistance in returning home to a different city (including collaborations with the Maltese Aid Service) – 3 people.
Assistance in registering for retirement allowance – 2 people.
Temporary registration at Nochlezhka’s address – 7 people.
Accepted at a care home for the elderly or disabled – 1 person.
Assistance in obtaining a mandatory medical insurance policy – 1 person.
Assistance in applying for treatment and/or being accepted at a hospital – 2 people.
Assistance in getting technical aids for rehabilitation – 1 person.
Assistance in retrieving army records – 1 person.
Accepted to the rehabilitation centre for alcohol and drug addicts ‘Dom Nadezhdy NA Gore’ – 1 person.
One letter a week about the life of the Nochlezhka