This video illustrates two examples of assistance to the homeless in Tatabánya, Hungary.
The "Tea-Line" is a small van used by social workers to distribute sandwiches and tea. It has been running since the winter of 1996-1997.
The "Special Shelter", a shelter where homeless people are not required to present any documents or to pass any alcohol test and where couples can sleep together in the same room, is a pilot project that started in January 2010 and is the first one in Hungary.
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||General view of Tatabánya, North-Western Hungary, 02/2010
||People waiting outside the Office (2 shots)
||Social worker bringing food to the kitchen
||Social workers of the "Social Street Workers Association of Tatabánya" preparing sandwiches and tea to be distributed through "Tea-Line" (2 shots)
The "Tea-Line", a small van that distributes sandwiches and tea, has 8-10 regular stops, and approximately 60-70 clients per day. "Tea-Line" has been running since the winter of 1996-1997.
||Social workers loading sandwiches and tea into the van (3 shots)
||Van arriving at one of the stops and distributing tea and sandwiches (4 shots)
||"Tea-Line" van preparing to leave
||Social worker speaking with homeless people
||"Tea-Line" van departing
||People arriving at the "Special Shelter" in Tatabánya (2 shots)
The "Special Shelter" is a pilot project that started in January 2010 and is the first one in Hungary. Homeless people are not required to present any documents or to pass any alcohol test, and couples can sleep together in the same room.
||Distribution of blankets for the night
||Homeless picking a place and making up his bed (5 shots)
||Social workers distributing soup, bread and vitamins (8 shots)
||Homeless making his bed (5 shots)