A quite place

We know how much courage it takes to admit you have a problem, how much strength to sincerely ask for help. Exposing yourself is never easy: it requires a lot. If you’ve come this far, it’s already a great step, a way to take care of yourself and your mental health – which, yes, is just as important as your physical health.

C’è Da Fare ETS has the ambitious goal of making a difference. It aims to create a support network, a peaceful place that helps many disoriented people who are lost in a dark and stressful period of their lives.

If you have a brother, a friend, a son or a daughter in severe psychological distress, if you are a father or a mother who doesn’t know how to help yourself first, we are ready to take your hand with the support of experienced professionals and with respect for everyone’s time and resources, but always with high hopes and a proud look towards the future.

National Resources

The pediatrician or general practitioner can be the first point of contact to guide you in finding the specialized, qualified, and personalized support you are looking for. For the age group 0-18 years, throughout the national territory, there are Operational Units of Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry (UONPIA) that carry out activities of prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation in the neurological, psychiatric, and neuropsychological fields.

The Operational Units of Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry are organized into the following facilities:

  • Territorial centers of Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry (NPIA): these serve as the primary location for the care of minors and for the integrated management of neuropsychiatric health and care needs, as well as those of the family.
  • Hospital centers of NPIA: these address the needs for diagnosis and treatment of acute and highly complex neurological and psychiatric disorders, as well as specialized rehabilitation needs.

To access the services of the UONPIA, you need to contact the nearest territorial center: access is direct, similar to how it works with a general practitioner, without additional costs (apart from the copayment for those not exempt).

For hospital services, it is necessary to contact the hospital centers directly.

CRI for people

psychiatric emergency service

You can call this number if you are in a severe emergency situation and require immediate medical assistance.