Learn where to get help or what you can do to help your fellow residents.
The City of Hamburg has made it a priority to prevent prejudice, act against xenophobic ideologies and support victims of discrimination.
Do you need help dealing with substance abuse issues? Many places in Hamburg can provide help for you or a loved one.
Most healthy people over the age of 18 are allowed to donate blood. Find out where and how you can donate in Hamburg.
At various centres around Hamburg, donated clothing is available for free or discounted prices to those in need. Find addresses here.
Until 2020, the ESF and Hamburg will invest strongly in measures towards employment, education, inclusion & welfare.
A range of organisations handle questions on pregnancy, childbirth, health, abortion and adoption with respect and confidentiality.
Nobody should go hungry. If you're in need of food support, there are numerous options for receiving groceries or a hot meal.
Ensure a smooth and fruitful education for your children, apply for the Hamburg Education Package (additional languages optional).
Parenting can be demanding: Get professional answers relating to children and family, while your kids enjoy games, theatre and music.
Donating plasma can be just as valuable as giving blood. Find out all you need to know about plasma donation in Hamburg.
Lower-income Hamburg residents can turn to ÖRA for low-cost legal consultation, dispute settlement and mediation assistance.
Locate reception centres and find out how to register and apply for asylum: Hamburg for refugees.
Hamburg’s low-income residents may face difficulties finding affordable housing on the private market. Publicly subsidised flats are an affordable alternative for those who are eligible.
Survivors of violence and abuse don’t stand alone. From women’s shelters to child protection hotlines, find the help you need here.
Volunteering is an important pillar of social life. Hamburg strives to ensure ideal conditions for residents to contribute to good causes.