How do I find a One-Stop Guidance Center?

There are approximately 70 One-Stop Guidance Centers located all over Finland, and the operation covers every single region. The northernmost centre is located in Rovaniemi, and the most southern one is in Hanko. You can easily find the One-Stop Guidance Center nearest to you here. In addition, the contact information of all the One-Stop Guidance Centers have been listed here.

The One-Stop Guidance Centers welcome all persons under the age of 30 with any issues they may have. When entering a One-Stop Guidance Center, you do not need to know what kind of help or support you need – it is always a good idea to come and chat with the Center staff. The One-Stop Guidance Centers employ approximately 450 professionals from different fields. They are there for you and can guide you forward in any situation.

Background for the One-Stop Guidance Centers

The development of the One-Stop Guidance Centers’ operation began in 2014 as a part of the Youth Guarantee programme. At the beginning of 2015, a number of projects funded by the European Social Fund were launched, and they have set up One-Stop Guidance Center services in municipalities and joint municipal authorities. There are also One-Stop Guidance Centers that have been established by local authorities themselves without any external project funding. The operation of One-Stop Guidance Centers is developed jointly by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, the Ministry of Education and Culture, and the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. The activities are supported at the national level by the Meeting Site Project (Kohtaamo).