Social Service

General Information

Population Groups
Refugee / immigrant population
  • Unaccompanied minors 
  • Single-parent families with minor children
  • Pregnant women or women who have recently given birth
  • Women travelling alone
  • People without proper documents
  • LGBTQ+
  • Survivors of gender-based violence
  • Survivors of human trafficking
  • Survivors of torture


The Social Service takes into account the needs and co-ordinates families’ objectives with at least one child up to the age of 12.

  • It provides counseling on integration, personal development, and rights protection.
  • It facilitates access to services provided by other organizations.
  • If it is coinsidered necessary, accompaniment services. In addition, home visits are available when required.
  • The Social Service also supports beneficiaries to issue legalization documents, requests for housing services, child and adult education.
  • Where interpretation is necessary, the social workers ensure cooperation with the interpreting service of other organizations.

Participation/referral information

Access to the Social Service of “A Child, One World” is provided by appointment, which can be requested by phone (210 8838512), or in person at the offices of our organization (10 Rethymnou, Athens).

“One Child, One World” receives referrals from other bodies. In case of referrals from other bodies, the cooperation of the professionals of the referring body is highly valued. Access to the Social Service of referral cases is the same as described above (appointment, via telephone or live).

This site is registered on as a development site.