The MIE as well as other structures have set up various aids to support Ukrainian students.
On Thursdays from 12pm to 7pm for students and young people under the age of 25, by the Restos du Coeur at 4, place du Louvre 75001 M° Louvre-Rivoli.
Maison des Initiatives Étudiantes
On Thursdays and Fridays from 6.30pm to 9.30pm by COP’1 at 50, rue des Tournelles 75003 MIE Bastille, for all students.
Les autres distributions alimentaires dans Paris :
Restos du Cœur :
Club Senior, 75 boulevard Mortier, 75020 Paris – M° Porte de Bagnolet or Pelleport or St Fargeau or Porte des Lilas – Tram T3B Adrienne Bolland;
on Saturday from 11am to 4pm.
124 Rue des poissonniers, 75020 Paris – M° Marcadet-Poissoniers: Tuesday from 6pm to 9pm
Club Senior, 75 boulevard MAux Amarres, 24 Quai d’Austerlitz 75013 Paris, M° Austerlitz, on Saturdays from 12:30 to 4:30.
80 rue des Haies (20th): on Thursdays from 6.30pm to 8.30pm by registering (student email@example.com).
135 rue des poissonniers (18th): Tuesday from 6pm to 7.15pm by registering (student firstname.lastname@example.org).
15 rue Jean Antoine de Baïf (13th): Monday from 19:30 to 21:00 by registering (student email@example.com).
3 Allée Paris Ivry (13th) and 8 rue Francis de Croisset (18th) by registering (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To benefit from it, students must fill in the file available here (https://agorae.ageparis.org/devenir-beneficiaire/)
Secours populaire :
Access to food aid is on Tuesdays from 11am to 4pm (last meeting at 3:30pm) and Fridays from 11am to 2pm. These offices are accessible by appointment: email@example.com and take place at 6 rue Albert Bayet in the 13th.
Students can also benefit from the Solidarity Self Service (LSS) (dried products, fruits, vegetables and hygiene products) at the LEPAUTE Residence (3-11 Rue Nicole-Reine Lepaute, 75013 Paris). To benefit from the Solidarity Self-Service, the student must first be registered with the Secours populaire de Paris, having carried out a first interview in one of the antennas. A student service is held at the Bayet students’ branch (6 rue Albert Bayet 75013 Paris) on Tuesdays from 12 pm to 4 pm and on Fridays from 11 am to 2 pm. The LSS is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 1.30 pm to 8 pm.
The number of passes is limited to 1 every three weeks at the price of 2€ per pass.
For more information: by phone at 09.83.30.99.28 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offers meals at €1 in university restaurants for scholarship students and insecure non-bus students.
Food Vouchers – Crous de Paris
The social workers at Crous de Paris, after having made a social diagnosis, can issue you food vouchers (Carrefour card, etc.) worth €100. If you think you can benefit from this help, contact our social workers via the email address of the social branch of your establishment.
CROUS de Paris offers one-time help and annual help, more information here: https://www.crous-paris.fr/aides-sociales/les-aides-financieres
City of Paris propose the Social Action Centres of the City of Paris of each district via the emergency assistance to contact at 01 44 67 16 07 and by following the link https://www.paris.fr/dossiers/centre-daction-sociale-de-la-ville-de-paris-casvp-23
- QJ, 4 place du Louvre 75001, M° Louvre-Rivoli, Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm (except Thursday 7:00 pm) and Saturday from 11 am to 6 pm.
- MIE Bastille, 50 rue des Tournelles 75003, M° Bastille, Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.
- MIE Labo 6, 76 bis rue de Rennes 75006, M° Saint Sulpice, Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 10pm and Saturday from 10am to 6pm.
Places of reception all public
Centre “Urgence Ukraine: 15 avenue Ernest Renan in the 15th arrondissement, open every day from 9am to 6pm for the search for emergency accommodation, an inventory of the beneficiaries’ health, and food distribution morning and evening. More information here: https://www.paris.fr/pages/urgence-ukraine-aux-cotes-des-refugies-ukrainians20550
La Halte humanitaire: 4 place du Louvre (1st) welcomes exiles on strict time slots from Monday to Friday (9am-1pm and 2pm-5pm, then 6pm) to direct health, mental health, social and administrative support, French courses, orientation, and culture. More information here: https://www.paris.fr/pages/une-halte-humanitaire-pour-les-exiles-au-coeur-de-paris-16027
Places of welcome for families
- La Halte humanitaire is open 7 days a week from 9am to 6pm in the former Mairie du 1er arrondissement (4 Pl. du Louvre, 75001 Paris). The Halte team welcomes and informs people who introduce themselves or on orientation, manages the hygiene area and coordinates the interventions of the many partners involved in the project alongside it. It also organizes French classes for which about thirty volunteers take turns throughout the week.
- CAFDA, 184 A rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis, 10th arrondissement
- The CAFDA welcomes families wishing to apply for asylum in Paris. It offers domiciliation, administrative, legal and social support. It also relies on a medical centre where volunteers and professionals offer consultations and guidance.
- The day reception for isolated families and women in asylum application 3 rue Lesdiguières in Paris Centre, the day reception Henri IV for families, isolated women and couples. 6 rue d’Aboukir (Paris Centre): premises for up to 100 people; they include a hygiene and wellness area, a rest room, an evaluation and orientation platform (social workers and legal tenure) and a meeting room for the team and partners.
- La Maison des réfugiés 50-62 boulevard Jourdan 75014 on the ground floor of a temporary emergency shelter run by Emmaus Solidarité and Singa. A place of training, debate and research, a cultural place, open to all, the Maison des réfugiés quickly offered French classes in its rooms. Numerous festive and cultural events (concerts, exhibitions), artistic workshops and sports sessions are also on the programme. In terms of professional integration, the Maison des réfugiés works with a number of partners who provide group information sequences or reception centres. Learn more about the Maison des réfugiés www.maisondesrefugies.paris.
Reception places in kindergarten and schools
- in kindergarten: registration in the district councils
- in middle and high school: on 01 44 62 39 81 or 83 or by e-mail at: email@example.com
HEALTH & MENTAL HEALTH PERMANENCES
For those who speak French: mental health services are available from Monday to Friday.
For those who speak English: English mental health sessions are held every Wednesday.
Maison des Initiatives Etudiantes
Every day with APASO for Francophones, appointment by email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or by phone 01 40 47 55 47
Rêves Jeunes every two weeks on Thursdays and Fridays from 6PM to 8PM for Francophones.
More information here: https://mie.paris.fr/permanences-a-la-mie/
Psychological permanences are coordinated by the CROUS.
More information here: https://www.crous-paris.fr/aides-sociales/aide-psychologique
FONDATION SANTE DES ÉTUDIANTS DE FRANCE
Relais Étudiants Lycéens (REL 75), Bureau d’Aide Psychologique Universitaire (BAPU Pascal), and Centre de Santé Colliard:
- Psychological consultations (English-language consultations possible), some of which are specialized in counselling psychotraumatism;
- Psychiatric consultations;
- Support for social initiatives;
- General medical consultation;
- Family planning.
In presence (Paris 5th arrondissement and 13th arrondissement) or by teleconsultation.
By phone: 01 45 83 89 15
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Specifying that it is related to the Ukrainian situation your request will be processed specifically.
Other contact: Orientation for psycho interviews (follow-up or support/orientation) in Russian/Polish+French/English – send an email to email@example.com
Legal and social permanence
For those who speak French:
From Tuesday afternoon to Friday afternoon, from 2pm to 5:30pm, lawyers welcome you to advise you, guide you and accompany you in your procedures (criminal, housing, work, consumption, family, foreign law, etc.)
For those who speak English:
Lawyers in foreign, criminal and labour law receive you without appointment on Wednesdays and 3rd and 4th Fridays of the month from 2pm to 5pm
Collective time on access to health rights
Collective time on foreign rights issues
Collective time on foreign rights is
Tuesday to Friday 2-5pm
For all VISA questions: pp-dim-sae firstname.lastname@example.org
Legal and social permanence Every Wednesday from 10am to 1pm in the rapido area on the appointment by email: email@example.com
Permanent return to study (equivalency/enrolment)
One Saturday out of 2 from 10am to 1pm by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Legal permanences Every Wednesday afternoon from 2.30pm to 5.30pm (except the last Wednesday of the month) by appointment by email to email@example.com or 01 49 96 65 30
Sciences po refugies help, Every Friday from 2pm to 5pm
Only on appointment by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
and/ or email@example.com
RIGHTS ACCESS POINTS
PAD Jeunes located at QJ.
The Pad Jeunes is located at QJ, 4 place du Louvre in Paris 1st, and open from Tuesday to Friday from 2pm to 5pm.
Lawyers receive you without appointment from Tuesday to Friday from 2pm to 5pm.
A delegate of the Human Rights Defender receives you without appointment every Thursday from 2pm to 5pm.
Lawyers in foreign law, criminal law and labour law receive you without appointment on Wednesdays and 3rd and 4th Fridays of the month from 2pm to 5pm.
Phone: 01 44 76 65 19. It is also possible to contact the Youth Pad via its Facebook messenger (@padjeunes).
Legal staff at QJ without appointment, tel 01 44 76 65 19
For more information: https://www.paris.fr/pages/free-legal-aides-chez-yous-2081
COLLECTION SITES & Solidarity stores
- Access to free clothing in the 18th, more info here: https://mie.paris.fr/vetements-gratuit/
- Emmaus Campus, the solidarity store to help students in the 13th district is a shop for students to find clothes, accessories, decoration, dishes and books, at a good price, near the Diderot university. It is open three days a week: Thursdays and Fridays, from 2.30pm to 7pm and Saturdays, from 10am to 7pm and is located at 46 allée Paris-Ivry 75013 Paris.
- The material collection continues throughout the week of March 7 in all town halls (opening hours on Paris.fr) in connection with the Fabrique de la Solidarité. For this first collection the list of products that can be brought in MA is o hygiene products (shower gel, shampoo, etc.) o periodic protection o cotton, kleenex o dressings, bandages, plaster o dry food: pasta, rice, soup in sachet, instant coffee, tea, etc. o women’s, children’s and babies’ clothing, clean and in good condition. This list will evolve according to the needs that will be transmitted by the associations. Please note that the lists for the 5th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 15th, 16th and 17th are somewhat different in the context of partnerships with specific associations. The information is on the websites of these borough councils.
From 9 March to 26 March, students can benefit from 50% on all products.
FRENCH FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSE
Maison des Initiatives Etudiantes
French as a Foreign Language (FLE) course:
Monday: MIE-Bastille from 7.30pm to 9pm
Wednesday: MIE-Bastille 7.30pm to 9pm
Aymeric LABADIE, 06 71 94 12 59
- Free wifi and free computers.
- Phones for international calls in confidential spaces with free access.
- The spaces are free access to meet, without reservation.