Nochlezhka (Russian for "Night Shelter") is a non-governmental organization (NGO) in Russia that provides assistance to homeless people. It was founded in 1990 by Valery Sokolov and a group of like-minded people who were concerned about the plight of homeless people in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg).

Some people find themselves homeless on the streets as a result of family conflicts, fraud, unemployment or health issues.

These people need help.

Nochlezhka provides a variety of services to homeless people, including:

  • Shelter: Nochlezhka has several shelters in Saint Petersburg that provide homeless people with a safe place to sleep, food, and showers.
  • Medical care: Nochlezhka provides medical care to homeless people through its mobile clinic.
  • Psychological support: Nochlezhka provides psychological support to homeless people through its counseling center.
  • Job training: Nochlezhka provides job training to homeless people through its vocational training center.
  • Reintegration: Nochlezhka helps homeless people to reintegrate into society through its reintegration program.

Nochlezhka is a valuable resource for homeless people in Saint Petersburg. It provides them with the support they need to get back on their feet.

Here are some additional details about Nochlezhka:

  • It is the oldest and largest NGO in Russia that provides assistance to homeless people.
  • It has a staff of over 100 people and an annual budget of over $1 million.
  • It has helped over 100,000 homeless people since it was founded.
  • It is funded by donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations.

Nochlezhka is a valuable organization that is making a real difference in the lives of homeless people in Russia. I encourage you to learn more about their work and to consider donating to their cause.

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