Service selection at the workplace of the employment office
For the purposes of foster care benefits, care for a child provided by a person in the register (a person kept in the register of persons who can provide foster care for a temporary period) and by a caregiver is considered as foster care.
Benefits designed for people in financial need, which help to solve some sudden life situations. The system of assistance in material need is a modern form of assistance to persons with insufficient income. The allowances used to help in material need are the subsistence allowance, housing supplement and extraordinary immediate assistance.
The Act on the provision of benefits to persons with disabilities regulates the mobility allowance, special aid allowance, disability card and certain benefits resulting from it.
With state social support, the state participates in covering the costs of nutrition and other basic personal needs of children and families and also provides it in certain other social situations. Child allowance, housing allowance and maternity allowance are provided depending on the family's income. Regardless of the family's income, parental allowance and funeral benefits are provided.
Substitute alimony is a benefit that is intended to financially support dependent children for a temporary period in a situation where a parent has to pay alimony based on a court decision (on the basis of an enforcement title), but does not fulfill his maintenance obligation towards the child(ren). So he doesn't pay alimony at all, or he pays it in a lower amount.
The care allowance is intended for persons who, due to a long-term adverse health condition, need the help of another natural person in managing basic life needs within the range determined by the degree of dependency according to the Act on Social Services.