The Centre was created in 2007 with the aim of helping victims of Nazism and supporting them so as to stabilise or improve their social situation.  The aim was to help them remain as long as possible in their home environment and to lead a full life.  We work to ensure that victims of Nazism can exercise their rights and interests fully.  For this purpose we provide them expert social counsel and facilitate contacts to organisations that can or could help them sort out matters related to their social situation.  All services are provided by the Centre free of charge.


Counselling Centre for Survivors of Nazism
Na Poříčí 12 (Palace YMCA, 4st floor), Prague 1
Telephone: +420 224 872 100 or +420 774 643 545
Monday - Friday 9-12 and 13-16 hod.
Opening hours:
Monday and Wednesday 9-12 and 13-16 pm
Other days on order.

Social workers:

Mgr. Lucie Šancová, Director of Centre: sancova(at)
Mgr. Alena Vetrovcová: vetrovcova(at)
Mgr. Jiří Opluštil: oplustil(at)

Establishment and operation of our centre is supported by the Minstry of Labour and

Social Affairs Czech Republic. Counselling Centre for Survivors of Nazism cooperates with National Council for Persons with Disabilities of the Czech Republic