The Roztyly Community Centre for Ukrainian mothers and their children in the former Interlov slaughterhouse complex in Prague 11, which opened in April 2022, has changed operators. From January of this year, the operation was taken over by Jihoměstská sociální a.s., which provides social services in Prague 11, including nursing care, the Jižní Město Senior Citizen’s Home and respite care.
The creation of the Roztyly Community Centre project was initiated by Passerinvest Group immediately after the start of the conflict in Ukraine, buying the special modular system of cells and building it in cooperation with other partners. The project was initiated and still operates in cooperation with the Prague 11 city district.
The Roztyly Community Centre is built from 26 modular cells. The interior arrangement offers four classrooms with accessories, as well as sanitary facilities, a kitchen and facilities for staff. The capacity of the centre is roughly 80 – 100 children and it is intended for all ages. Clients will be able to find suitable facilities here for babysitting, social and leisure activities with opportunities for education and inclusion in social and support programmes. The location is very easily accessible by public transport in Prague, by the metro line C from the Roztyly station and by city and suburban buses.
Contact to operator: JIHOMĚSTSKÁ SOCIÁLNÍ a.s. – Social services. Nursing home. Respite care. Senior citizen home. Field car service. Catering centre. (jmsoc.cz)