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
  • Dis­cri­mi­na­ti­on

Pos­si­ble topics:

  • 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

Pos­si­ble topics:

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: