More than 14 thousand federal beneficiaries of Sevastopol receive a set of social services in kind
Sevastopol federal beneficiaries* are entitled to a monthly cash payment (UDV). The ESV includes a set of social services (NSO). This is the provision of medicines, sanatorium treatment and free travel to and from the place of treatment.
Sevastopol residents can receive these services in kind or refuse them in favor of money, thereby increasing the amount of the UDV. In 2023, more than 32.3 thousand Sevastopol beneficiaries receive a set of social services, of which over 14 thousand receive in kind— noted in the press service of the Department of the Social Fund of Russia in Sevastopol.
Recall that from February 1, 2023, the amount of the VAT is 1,469.74 rubles per month. The Natural Kit includes:
- medicines for medical use and prescription medical products, specialized health foods for disabled children (monetary equivalent — 1,132.03 rubles);
- vouchers for sanatorium treatment for the prevention of major diseases (cash equivalent — 175.12 rubles);
- free travel on suburban railway transport, as well as on intercity transport to the place of treatment and back (monetary equivalent — 162.59 rubles). Citizens with disability group I and disabled children are entitled to receive a second voucher for sanatorium treatment and free travel to and from the place of treatment on the same conditions for the person accompanying them.
If you wish, you can annually change the form of receiving a set of social services (the entire set or only part of it) until October 1. An application for changing the form of the NSO can be submitted until September 30 inclusive to the client service of the SFR, MFC or sent through a personal account on the website of the Social Fund of Russia es.pfrf.ru or through the State Services portal gosuslugi.ru. At the same time, the form of obtaining NSO will change from January 1 of the next year. Those who do not plan to change something do not need to write an application.
*disabled people, veterans of the Great Patriotic War and military operations, those who suffered from radiation exposure, as well as some other categories of citizens
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