Social and healthcare services are provided for three years for immigrants who entered the country as refugees and six months for returnees. After the initial period, immigrants are served by local social and healthcare offices. Social services for immigrants serve refugees and returnees in Oulu and organise integration services at Höyhtyä, Hanhitie 15.
WHAT IS IT HEALTH The protection of health is a fundamental principle of our legal system, both legislative and constitutional, and therefore our system guarantees a series of services to citizens, in order to offer effective and effective protection of this fundamental right of the individual. Therefore, through the national health service system it is possible to take advantage of numerous health services, and in order to be able to access them physically you must be in possession of the health card.
Language Center, Holstebro The language center is a language school for new citizens from other countries who live in Holstebro, Struer and Lemvig. At the language center you have the opportunity to get guidance and lectures in the Danish language, either in a class or alone. At the language center there are 3 supervisors and 29 teachers. You can borrow books, cd’s and movies in the library, if you are a part of the language center.
Finnish and Swedish language in Oulu Here you can find information on the services available in Oulu. There are two official languages in Finland: Finnish and Swedish. In Oulu, most people speak Finnish as their mother tongue. Usually, you can also receive service in shops and at offices in English and Swedish.
Job Center, Holstebro The job center can help refugees find a job. They also help you to write an application, get a interview for the job you want, or simply help you to send the application to the right location. They can help you out with SU (education money) or unemployment benefits. They can also help you to choose an education or to figure out if you have the skills to receive an education which is taught in Danish.
They need to register in the townhall. The charities train the refugees with especific courses. When they have the formation, they start to work. They can legalize their situation after two years of permanent job. Children under 16 must go to school, so they need to register and attend classes.