We help children, young people and their families in difficult circumstances.
- We offer advice and assistance for families.
- We work in city districts and provide care in families, day-care centres and schools.
- We welcome young people who cannot remain in their family into our residential groups.
Assistance for handicapped persons
Home, work, activities and leisure time all combine to provide meaning and fulfilment in daily life. We look after people with disabilities and support them and their family and friends.
- We offer care in their own home.
- Those in need of more support live in one of our residential groups.
- Work and activities provide a common thread for the day.
- We offer leisure time opportunities and adult education at our cultural meeting points.
Support for persons with mental illnesses
We offer people with mental illnesses a secure framework for a life that is as independent as possible.
- Our assistance is tailored individually to the person in question.
- We offer care in their own home and in one of our residential groups.
- Meetings with friends and other people are part of everyday life.
- We offer activities and workplaces with various requirement profiles.
Caring for the elderly
The care home Haus Weinberg on the foundation's premises is home to 70 old people, some of whom are suffering from dementia. There are 20 additional places for short-term residents. The manageable size of the building and the furnishing of rooms with the person's own furniture mean it quickly becomes a home. We offer our residents loving care and respect in their twilight years.