The Social Patrol visited seven families.
Specialists of the sector for ensuring the activities of the Commission on Minors' Affairs and Protection of Their Rights (CDN and ZP) of the Sovetsky District of Nizhny Novgorod conducted a Christmas visit of the Social Patrol to families in difficult situations, the press service of the city administration reported.
“Together with the specialists, Santa Claus and Snegurochka went to the Christmas raid. Fairy tale characters congratulated the children on the New Year, listened to poems, sang funny songs with the children, presented gifts,”said Marina Tyunyaeva, head of the sector for ensuring the activities of the commission on minors' affairs and protecting their rights to the administration of the Soviet district.
In total, within the framework of the exit, the Social Patrol visited seven families. Along with the congratulatory part, preventive talks were held with the parents.
“The region keeps records of dysfunctional families, parents inappropriately performing parental responsibilities. All bodies of the system for the prevention of neglect and delinquency are working with these families on a daily basis. In 2020, 27 families were registered, 25 families were removed from the register, of which, to improve the situation - 18. To date, 38 families are registered with the KDN and ZP of the district, in which 61 children are being brought up,”said Marina Tyunyaeva.
In total, 1,602 children from families in difficult life situations, raising disabled children, and foster families received gifts in Sovetsky District. The events were held in compliance with all sanitary and hygienic rules, noted in the area.
As a reminder, Nizhny Novgorod hosted the annual charity event "Happy New Year!", Within the framework of which the social patrol congratulated children from disadvantaged families and families in difficult life situations, Happy New Year and Merry Christmas.
Earlier it was reported that the head of the city of Nizhny Novgorod, Yuri Shalabayev, congratulated five-year-old Maxim Beskorovainov and fulfilled his dream, made at the "Christmas tree of desires". A young Nizhny Novgorod citizen asked Santa Claus for a railway. “We very much hoped for a New Year's miracle, but did not even expect that the head of the city would come to visit us and give us the long-awaited gift,” said Maxim's grandmother Natalya Prokhorova.