The Mobile health care services

The Mobile health care services are operating in Central- and Northern Jutland and in Zealand

Jette and Dorte are nurses and midwifes. They do outreach work to persons from foreign countries working in prostitution. If you need their help, they offer to visit you where you stay in Central- and Northern Jutland and in Zealand.

Billede af jordemoder JetteJette
Nurse and Midwife
M: jevm@socialstyrelsen.dk
P: +45 5081 0934

 

 


Billede af jordemoder DorteDorte
Midwife
M: dga@socialstyrelsen.dk
P: +45 4174 0056

 

 

We will try to help you if …

You have pain in your stomach or other parts of your body?
You need help for abnormal bleedings or a tender abdomen?
You want to talk about contraception? Advice if a condom broke?
You think you are pregnant?
You have questions about your situation in Denmark?
You are under severe pressure from your employer?

We offer:

  • Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Free condoms
  • Advice on hygiene and advice on how to practice safe behavior in prostitution and about contraception
  • Pregnancy tests and some forms of contraception
  • Examination and treatment of general gynecological diseases
  • To follow you to hospitals e.g. in the case of an abortion, pain or other issues
  • Free medicine in some regards
  • Contact to social workers that can talk to you about your situation in Denmark.


All services are ANONYMOUS and FREE.

Urgent help and assistance

If you need urgent help please call us, The Danish Centre against Human Trafficking; 
Hotline at +45 7020 2550

The hotline is open on weekdays between 8:30 am - 4:00 pm and weekends and holidays between
9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

You can stay ANONYMOUS during your call.

 

Is somebody exploiting you?

Do you recognise one or more of the following situations:

  • You work as a prostitute even though you do not want to
  • You work as a prostitute because you owe money
  • You have been tricked into prostitution
  • Your work is dangerous, harmful or damaging to your health
  • Your passport or your ID documents have been taken from you
  • You must repay debts to your employer or the person who helped you get to Denmark
  • Your pay is being withheld, is unreasonably low or you receive no pay for your work
  • You are abused, blackmailed or threatened
  • Your employer is threatening to tell the authorities that you are staying in Denmark illegally
  • You cannot move about freely
  • You are being watched
  • You are not allowed to go to the doctor or the hospital
  • You do not have access to enough food and drink
  • Your accommodation is poorly or you lack a place to stay.


Does this sound familiar?
Then you might be victim of human trafficking and can get help.

As a victim of human trafficking, you may be entitled to:

  • Accommodation in protected housing, such as a crisis centre
  • Food and other necessities
  • Stay in Denmark for up to 120 days
  • Travel assistance in connection with planned repatriation
  • Medical assistance and medication
  • Emergency dental care
  • Treatment by a physiotherapist
  • Legal counselling and assistance
  • Psychological or psychiatric assistance
  • Social counselling
  • Interpretation services and translation of important documents
  • Courses to enable you to seek employment in your home country
  • Immunity from prosecution for minor offences committed while being subjected to human trafficking
  • Counselling on your possibilities for compensation.
  • You are entitled to seek asylum in Denmark and can get help with the application process.

 

For the first six months after a planned repatriation, we can help you with rent payments, necessary medication, medical assistance, food and heating in your home country. You can also get help to start an education or a small business.


If you need help please call our Hotline at +45 7020 2550

 

Sidst opdateret 22/04 2021