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Cluj-Napoca City Council is the legislative body of the City of Cluj-Napoca in Romania. The Directorate for Social and Health Services aims to support social and health providers so that they can provide quality services to the citizens of Cluj-Napoca, which is currently the country's largest-second city and has a multi-ethnic and multi-confessional population.

Areas of Intervention

  • Children and young people
  • Children at risk of social exclusion
  • Homeless
  • Older people 
  • People with addiction
  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with mental disabilities
  • Mental health
  • Public Health
  • Social justice
  • People who are socially vulnerable
  • People in situations of difficulty or precarity
  • Victims of domestic abuse
  • Gender equality
  • Counteracting and supporting victims of gender-based violence
  • Migrants
  • Social Integration
  • Beneficiaries of minimum income
  • Poverty
  • Recipients of care

Responsibilities/ Services

  • Providing social services
  • Promotion of systemic change
  • Role of the social worker
  • Integration of technological tools
  • Issuing of guidelines and policies for the district’s councils
  • Capacity building and training
  • Professional training
  • Training of social welfare workforce
  • Management day centres for older people
  • Home care services for older and dependent people
  • Socio-educational services for children at risk of social exclusion
  • Child protection
  • Programs for the prevention of addictions in young people
  • Financial support
  • fostering cooperation with non-governmental organisations and the promotion of social volunteering.
  • Research/ identifying and monitoring of social problems
Cluj-Napoca City Council - Directorate for Social and Health Services