Social and health services for immigrants
In Finland, municipalities are responsible for arranging many public services, such as social and health services. You may be entitled to services provided by the City of Vantaa if your domicile is Vantaa. Your domicile is registered at the Registry Office where you can also apply for a Finnish identity number.
With a Kela card, you can verify that you are included in the Finnish health insurance system.
On Vantaa social and health services' website you will find more detailed information about how to act if you fall ill and need a doctor, if you are pregnant, or if you do not have minimum income.
Initial assessments will analyze immigrants' situation.
The city supports integration of immigrants.
Reception Operations is responsible for primary integration of refugees received by the City of Vantaa as well as for returnees from the former Soviet Union.
refugees (moving to the first municipality)
people moving from one municipality to another, refugees (who have lived in another municipality for less than six months)
returnees from the former Soviet Union (whose first domicile is Vantaa)
family members of a refugee arriving through the family reunification program are entitled to an initial assessment
People usually stay in the customer relationship from 1 to 3 years, depending on the customer's or family's need for help and life situation.
Address: Talvikkitie 37, 4th floor, 01300 Vantaa
Mailing address: Unikkotie 15, 4 th floor, 01300 Vantaa
On-call service: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 13:0-15:0, by appointment at other times.
The city's social and health services:
Everybody can use fee-based private health services.