Here you can find important contacts in Värmdö
Opening hours (administration) are Monday to Wednesday 8 am - 5 pm, Thursday 8 am - 7 pm, and Friday 8 am - 1 pm. Värmdö municipality Switchboard: 08 570 470 00 Fax: 08 570 483 05 Postal address: 134 81 Gustavsberg Visiting address (the Town Hall): Skogsbovägen 9-11, Gustavsberg E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Swedish for immigrants – Centre for work and studies (CAS) in central Gustavsberg in Värmdö. CAS office: Phone: 08 570 483 31 Telephone hours: Monday to Friday, 8 - 11.30 am Visiting address: Skärgårdsvägen 7, 134 30 Gustavsberg.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 8 am - 4.30 pm Address: Skärgårdsvägen 7, Gustavsberg
Health and medical care
Stockholm County Council is in charge of medical care. For more information about health care in Värmdö and Stockholm, visit Vardguiden.se
Swedish Social Insurance Agency
The Social Insurance Agency (Försäkringskassan) is among other things responsible for grants and allowances to families with children, sickness benefits and grants to people with disabilities. They also pay pensions, parents’ insurance, rent subsidies, etc. Phone: 0771 524 524
The Consumer Advice Office helps you resolve different kinds of consumer questions. If you feel you were cheated when you bought something or if you need help to return a purchase or understand a contract, you can get help from one of the consumer advisers.
Here you can find general information in several languages about Swedish student aid.
New in Stockholm
This website is intended for people who have recently received a residence permit and who live in the county of Stockholm. It is a guide for anyone looking for information about how society works and where to find answers to different questions.
Information about Sweden
This website is intended for new arrivals to Sweden. When you first arrive in Sweden, there are many different things that you need to think about. You need to register as resident in Sweden with the Swedish Tax Agency and also with the Social Insurance Agency to be able to benefit from Sweden’s social security system.
Sweden.se is the official gateway to Sweden and gives you a great deal of information about our country, whether your interest is culture, economy, trade, tourism, government, politics, health, welfare or media.
The Swedish Institute (Svenska institutet) is the public agency charged with spreading knowledge about Sweden.
Senast publicerad: 2013-08-24