Do you need to talk to a midwife or public health nurse at the Maternal and Child Health Centre, school health service or Youth Health Centre?
Schools and kindergartens are currently closed for most, this also applies to the school health service. The Norwegian Directorate of Health has advised the municipalities to offer access to midwifes and public health nurses over the phone. If you are pregnant, a child, youth or parent, you can get in touch for advice and guidance or if you need someone to talk to.
Check the website of your municipality to see what they can offer, check also the subpages of the health centre, school health service or youth health centre.
Ung.no is the public information channel for youth, where professionals from different disciplines provide answers to many of your questions.
The family counselling service can help strengthen relations and curb conflict in these unusual times. This is perhaps more important now than ever, since many children and adults need to stay at home together all day long.
Most families are doing well at home and take good care of each other. But for families with challenging relationships, the situation can become even more challenging now that the children cannot go to school or kindergarten and the parents work from home or are temporarily laid off.
Here you can find an overview of the family counselling services available.