HIV/AIDS Helpline and Counselling Station
Available Monday to Friday from 07:00-23:00. Based in the Andreas Syngros Hospital, at I. Dragoumi 5, 161 21 Athens.
Ta Paidia tou Dromou (Children of the Street)
Shelter for children and families suffering from poverty. Financial support. Accepts childrens clothes, toys, furniture and other donations from 11:00-18:00 daily. At Aristonos 6-8, Metaxourgeio.
Relatives and friends of drug users
Support meeting every Friday from 10:30-12:00. In Glyfada.
National Center for Immediate Social Assistance E.K.A.K.B.
At Vassilissis Sofias avenue 135, 115 28 Athens.
Caritas Athens Refugee Soup Kitchen
Serves meals daily to needy refugees and migrants. In Omonia. Works through volunteers and from donations. Contact from 08:30-12:30.
Friends of the Child
Non profit association providing protection and care to children of impoverished and single parent families. Open daily between 09:00-15:00, except on Saturday. Located at Stisichorou 15 in Kolonaki. Daycare centre located at Kalypsous 8 in Metaxourgio.
Center of Family Support of the Archdiocese of Athens (KESO)
At Akadimias 95, 106 71 Athens.
Seminars about pregnancy and childbirth
Midwife Suzanne Bagala give seminars in English about pregnancy and childbirth.
Non-governmental organisation. Helps former drug addicts. Collects used items to raise money for its street programme. At Irakleous 9, Koropi.
12 Step CoDA
Co-Dependents Anonymous. Weekly meeting in central Athens. Saturdays at 17:00.
Narcotics Anonymous - English Speaking Group
Address: 10 Agiou Markou Street, 5th Floor, Athens 105 60 (near Monastiraki station) Meeting times:Mondays and Thursdays: 18.30-20.00Tuesdays: 12.00-13.00Wednesdays: 20.30-22.00Fridays: 19.00-20.30Saturdays and Sundays: 12.00-13.30
Emma Mone and Sons Greece (EMSG)
Registered non-governmental and non-profit organization with the Greek Government. The business section of EMSG raises funds for its activities. Organization for Nigerians, Greeks, Europeans and Africans living in Africa and in Europe.
Inspired by the Birth Crisis work of Sheila Kitzinger. Confidential group meetings for mothers which experienced difficult or traumatic experiences giving birth.