Who are we?
We are a multi-professional team and trained in systemic working methods, mediation and trauma pedagogy. We are also experienced in working with people with mental and addictive disorders and in intercultural work.
We help people help themselves. It is particularly important to us that we deal with each other with respect and on an equal footing.
We work professionally and make use of internal and external training opportunities. We exchange ideas within the team and are in close contact with addiction advice and counselling centres.
We offer support and guidance regardless of nationality, ethnic and social background, gender, sexual orientation and identity, religion or ideology or the specifics of someone’s partnership or family life.
Socio-educational help for families (SPFH)
We offer support and guidance to families with the following problems:
- Parenting problems
- Problems in everyday life
- Experiences of violence
- Multiple stresses and problems
- Coping with everyday life with children
- Strengthening of parenting skills
- Favourable conditions for good development for children and adolescents
- Strengthening of family cohesion
- Strategies for coping with crisis situations
- Development of positive family communication
- Contacting public authorities, administrative offices and doctors
How do we work?
Exceptions prove these “rules”:
- We work in your home.
- We also accompany you to appointments with public authorities, administrative offices and doctors, as well as to school or the daycare centre.
- We meet you once or twice a week.
- We assess our joint successes and further steps in the help plan discussions with you and the general social service (ASD) of the youth welfare office.
The goals differ, but there are many overlaps:
- The children can stay with their families and are doing well.
- They can organise their family life in line with their wishes without our help.
- They (re)discover their strengths and develop new ones that will help lead an independent life.
- You will have a wider network of support to deal with future challenges.
Parenting help and guidance for young adults
We support children, adolescents and young adults:
- who need support and guidance in their lives in addition to their parents
- who are in stressful situations, such as parents’ separation
- who have problems at school
- who are being bullied
- who are dealing with development hurdles
- who need help make the transition to an independent life
- who already live on their own
Better communication between parents and child/adolescent
- Strategies for dealing with challenging situations
- Strengthening of emotional and social skills
- Coping with everyday life
- Making the transition to an independent life
- Life goals and tasks
Where do we work?
In the areas around Markkleeberg, Zwenkau, Böhlen, Rötha, Espenhain, Neukieritzsch, Kitzscher, Regis-Breitingen, Borna and Frohburg.
How do you get such help?
The help is free of charge for you. It is coordinated and funded by the local youth welfare office. Please contact your local youth welfare office.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with us: