We make our rental agreements as flexible as possible and look for solutions together if something should change.
In addition to our core clientele, skilled workers and people in training and further education, we also support people with special needs. We offer refugees, job seekers and other groups suitable housing and intensive support.
We work together with landlords to promote intercultural understanding and exchange.
In our shared apartments (WG) we value heterogen, respectful coexistence. In small and large shared apartments, people with sometimes very different backgrounds meet and learn from each other. That is for the good of all.
We cooperate with other social institutions that add their specific care expertise and do networking for people in need.
We can help educational institutions, organizations and companies that are faced with unsolvable questions when it comes to “temporary housing”.
Our goal is to share our experience so that housing can be created where it is particularly urgently needed. Arrange a consultation appointment and let us see together what is possible for you.
The promotion of volunteer work, holistic support and participation, even in small projects, are part of our understanding of a red carpet for people facing unwanted situations.