WOMEN FOR WOMEN MOST
We opened the WOMEN FOR WOMEN branch outside of Prague on 1 June 2018 in Most, in Václav Řezáč Street at the headquarters of Sev.en Energy, s.r.o., which provided us with the facilities. The branch offers similar services as the Prague headquarters. The main activities that can be used in the region include psychotherapy for adults, adolescents and children, as well as Language Skills Development, both of which are offered only with a co-payment of CZK 200/session. It is also possible to take advantage of social and legal counseling, free of charge. In addition, it is also possible to use our national projects: lunches for children and Housing for children – Security Deposit.
"In cooperation with the District Court in Most, we are implementing a project for competent parents called Family Service with the aim of eliminating disputes between separating parents and, above all, reducing the impact on their children. This project provides free education, mediation, psychotherapy and legal counselling for parents."
Ing. Michaela Hostašová, Most Branch Manager
"Most is a beautiful region, but it faces many problems, including social ones. The opening of a branch thus seemed appropriate. In addition, the support that companies Vršanská uhelná and SEVen Energy have been providing to the region for a long time has had a synergistic effect with our activities."
Ivana Tykač, Founder and Director of WOMEN FOR WOMEN
PROJECTS AND SERVICES
We would like to thank all the partners and organisations we work with in Most.
We are a member of Community Planning.
Since 2 April 2019, we have been a member of the Community Planning of Social Services Most KS2 - Persons and Families in Crisis and Prevention of Social Exclusion. The project website can be found here.
This coordination group meets several times a year. One of the meetings in 2019 took place at our WOMEN FOR WOMEN branch.
Because of this membership:
- other organizations operating in Most know about us and are regularly present at these meetings (we gained several contacts there and met with representatives of the organizations at their offices todiscuss possible future cooperation)
- we know about the current problems that are being tackled in Most.