The crisis shelter service provides accommodation and guidance in situations of crisis
The crisis shelter service provides accommodation and guidance for people who have got into problems and have become homeless due to various circumstances. Both single adults and families with children find shelter here. The guidance is focused on stabilising the situation. The stay is as short as possible (in principle, a maximum of three months) but as long as necessary. In this period, a long-term solution is sought for. The crisis shelter service is not intended for people with severe or acute psychiatric problems or with an addiction they do not want to be treated for. There are separate shelter facilities for victims of domestic violence.
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