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About NAL

Looking for a home of your own? NAL will help! The Finnish Youth Housing Association NAL, established in 1971, defends young people’s interests in housing matters.

What is NAL?

NAL is the Finnish Youth Housing Association that promotes the construction of youth apartments and the renting of apartments to young people. NAL also helps youths with housing related matters and the challenges of everyday life.

What does NAL do?

The Youth Housing Association is an expert in youth living and a supervisor of youth interests in housing-related matters. NAL tries to influence decision-makers so that they would construct more affordable youth apartments and provide young people with the support they need. NAL also offers rental apartments to people under 30 years of age. NAL is a non-profit organisation. STEA, or the Funding Centre for Social Welfare and Health Organisations, supports NAL with funds gained from Veikkaus games.

The Youth Housing Association is an expert in youth living and a supervisor of youth interests in housing-related matters. NAL tries to influence decision-makers so that they would construct more affordable youth apartments and provide young people with the support they need. NAL also offers rental apartments to people under 30 years of age. NAL is a non-profit organisation. STEA, or the Funding Centre for Social Welfare and Health Organisations, supports NAL with funds gained from Veikkaus games.

NAL has seven national member organisations

The Finnish Association of People with Physical Disabilities The Finnish Central Association for Mental Health
The Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities The Coalition Party Youth League
The Social Democratic Youth
The Finnish Centre Youth
The Left Youth

Local associations

NAL has 24 local associations across Finland. If you want to know about free apartments in your city or town, contact your nearest association. You may also apply for apartments at your local NAL office. The contact information of the local associations can be found. Click on > Contact us > Local associations.

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