Youth Center Legebitra is closed from Friday, March 13, 2020 until March 29, 2020. ALL EVENTS, regardless of location, are CANCELED, including testing for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections; also counseling, meetings and activities performed in Legebitra’s premises by other organizations.
Services of all programs will still be available by phone, mail and on social networks:
- Youth Center Legebitra at 030 466 155 and [email protected]: Monday from 1pm to 5pm, Tuesday from 1pm to 6pm, Wednesday and Thursday from 3pm to 9pm and Friday from 1pm to 6pm.
- Counseling and self-help at 030 361 281 and [email protected]: every working day from noon to 4pm.
- HIV programs at 030 361 280 and [email protected]: every working day from 10am to 4pm. Consultation is possible through online tools that enable video streaming.
- HIV and STI testing will not take place until 29 March 2020. .
- In the meantime, the results of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections tests will be done by phone at the dates specified on each paper with the code you received. Please call at 030 361 280 (on Fridays between 2pm and 4pm and Tuesdays between 6pm and 8pm).
- HIV SOS (PeP) at 070 361 696 every working day from 10pm and 4pm.
- Legal counseling for LGBT at 041 693 220 and [email protected]: every working day from 10pm and 4pm.
If you are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, stay at home. Call your doctor for instructions. Follow the website of the National Institute of Public Health https://www.nijz.si/en/koronavirus-2019-ncov and the website of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia https://www.gov.si/themes/koronavirus/ where you can find verified and up to date information. Avoid fake news spreading fear, panic that are inciting racism, violent and discriminatory behavior toward people with symptoms or those who have been confirmed to have coronavirus infection.
If you feel fear, anger, powerlessness due to the coronavirus … know that this is a normal response to the current situation. We cannot control our feelings. But we can control our actions. Despite feelings of fear, anger, helplessness …, our actions should be respectful of everyone, but especially of those with symptoms and those with confirmed coronavirus infection. The solidity of relationships to respect for human beings is always put to the test in times of aggravation. Let’s make sure we keep those commitments.