The low-threshold mental health service will begin on Monday.
Helsinki the city is now opening a low-threshold mental health service, Miep, to western Helsinki as well. The city’s third Mieppi will open its doors on Monday in The Hague at the Western Adult Social Work premises on Hopeatie.
MEPs offer chat assistance without a referral and for free. The service is intended for adults and young people over 13 years of age.
You can book an appointment in The Hague electronically or by calling, on Wednesdays you will also be accepted without an appointment. The conversation with the professional can be arranged face to face or remotely.
Meppers already operate in Myllypuro and Kalasatama.
Mieppien In addition to opening up, Helsinki is working to improve mental health services in a number of other ways. For example, the council has decided that the guarantee of therapy, ie the right to receive treatment in mental health matters within two weeks, would be introduced in the capital already next year.
Severely congested mental health services for children and young people are being sought to improve for example, by opening another Youth Station in the city and setting up a new child psychiatric unit.
The Hague Mieppi is open at Hopeatie 6 on weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm. You can contact Maisan by filling out the online contact form at www.hel.fi/mieppi or by calling the appointment number 09 310 37727 (Mon – Thu 12–14). The appointment opens on Friday 27.8. On Wednesdays from 9 am to 2 pm, you can also come to Mieppi without an appointment.