Dialogue Against Violence
Offers treatment programmes for violent offenders in the shape of individual talks, group programmes for their partners and treatment for children aged 4-18 in violent families. ‘Violent love’ is the name of our advisory consultation service for young people up to the age of 24, who are either violent towards their significant others or could potentially become violent.
The Mir Schools
Offer special education for normally gifted or particularly gifted children with developmental or psychological vulnerabilities. We try to help children find the strength and desire to learn, socialise and develop, in order for them to return to and benefit from normal traditional educational programmes.
Develops new sustainable models as to how young people can use established cultural institutions to create new inclusive communities for vulnerable youth. Working across established societal sectors, we aim to build a bridge between young people and the educational system as well as the labour market.
The Askov Foundation’s Social Psychiatry Department (ASPA)
Develops and offers social services to psychologically vulnerable people. ASPA is open during the daytime as well as in the evening. This service provides an opportunity to develop personal competences and focuses on a closer connection to the labour market.
ASPA offers individual as well as group programmes. We offer our support and advice within employment, education and personal development, all with the purpose of the individual getting better.
Offers interventions for people with eating disorders, emotional disturbances or self harming behaviour. We tailor individual treatment programmes, developing and training skills with the purpose being the users’ ability to manage daily life on their own. We offer our services in the daytime, in housing as well as ambulant therapy.