Super Sponsor Scheme and Homes for Ukraine: guidance for hosts

Guidance for hosts providing accommodation through the Scottish super sponsor and Homes for Ukraine schemes.

Support and resources

Scotland for Ukrainians: a guide for displaced people has been published to help people settle into life in Scotland. It is available in Ukrainian, Russian and English.

Emergency services number – 999

Police - non-emergency number – 101

NHS 24 (out of hours non-emergency healthcare) contact number – 111 or online at NHS 24

A guide to NHS Scotland Services for displaced persons from Ukraine provides information in Ukrainian. A Russian version of this document is also provided.

The health information team can be contacted directly by displaced people from Ukraine using the Language Line at 0800 22 44 88.

You can find information on your local authority, including what support they are providing in your area and find contact information on the find your local council page. 

Ukraine psychological wellbeing pack: guidance for host families.

Scottish Government Ukraine newsletter: if you are a host or want more information on support for displaced people from Ukraine - sign up to our newsletter for regular updates.

A Warm Scottish Welcome from the First Minister and useful contacts factsheet in both Ukrainian and Russian

The Scottish Refugee Council provides free, confidential legal advice and information to people seeking protection, including Ukrainians and their families, on safe and legal routes for seeking safety in Scotland.

Advice services operate in English, but can be provided in other languages, including Ukrainian and Russian.

You can contact the Scottish Refugee Council by calling 0808 1967 274 on:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 09:00 and 17:00 (UK time)
  • Wednesday between 13:00 and 17:00 (UK time)

Alternatively, you can contact the Scottish Refugee Council by emailing

See also: National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children advice for host families.




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