Milan launches measures against heat wave

Help for the elderly and disabled. Milan city hall has increased its programme of assistance for the elderly, the disabled and other residents particularly suffering from the summer heat. Each y...

Milan: From mafia hideout to victims’ shelter

A safe house for maltreated women. Milan women suffering violence from their husband or partner can now find protected shelter in a property seized from the assets of organised crime. Il Battell...

Milan launches “first ever” social services website

300 services from 57 authorities. Milan city hall has launched weMI.milano.it, claimed to be the first social services website in Italy, providing access to dozens of organisations with qualified p...

Milan sets up gambling helpline

New hot line for gambling addicts and families. To tackle video-game addiction Milan city authorities have set up a dedicated phone line with advice and support for addicts and their families To...

Milan's first 'social market' opens

Milan’s first “social market” for families in economic difficulty has opened in Via Leoncavallo. Housed in a building confiscated from the Mafia, the supermarket offers food and h...

Heatwave hotline for Milan

A free hotline for the elderly or those with no family has been set up by Milan city hall again this year, staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at least until the end of August (and if the weather s...

World Mental Health Day-1 minuto di rumore

The 10th of October 2012 is the World Mental Health Day: Progetto Itaca wants to give a voice to anyone who hasn't found the courage to speak up about his disorder. Whoever you are and wherever y...

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