• Psychosocial Care

Psychosocial Care

The psychosocial care team is offering two residential projects in Vienna for asylum-seekers, those already entitled to asylum and those with subsidiary protection status. The residence on Engerthstraße offers housing for 110 persons (adults and families) and specializes in the accommodation and care of people in need of special care (those with mental and/or chronic illnesses). The project "First Flat" offers housing for 48 young adult males living in 10 residential communities throughout Vienna.

Accomplishments of Psychosocial Care in 2021

Residential Home

  • Residents: 158 (44 adult women, 46 adult men)
    • Children and teenagers: 68 (43 boys, 25 girls)
    • Residents in need of greater care: 39 (17 women, 21 men, 1 child)
  • Number of countries of origin: 18
  • Most frequent countries of origin: Russian Federation, Afghanistan,
    Syria
  • Asylum-seekers: 40 %
  • Approved for asylum: 22 %
  • Persons with subsidiary protection status: 20 %
  • Red-White-Red Card Plus: 5 %
  • Other: 13 %
  • Employees: 15 + 3 persons on national service
  • Languages spoken by the team: 19

First Flat Residential Communities

  • Residents: 70
  • Number of countries of origin: 8
  • Most frequent countries of origin: Afghanistan, Somalia, Iraq
  • Asylum-seekers: 54 %
  • Approved for asylum: 9 %
  • Persons with subsidiary protection status: 21 %
  • Other: 16 %
  • Employees: 3 + 1 person on national service
  • Languages spoken by the team: 8

More information in German

Contact

 

Mag.a Lydia Krob
E-Mail: l.krob@integrationshaus.at
Tel.: +43-1-212 35 20 - 21

Mag.a Emira Ulrich, MA
E-Mail: e.ulrich@integrationshaus.at
Tel.: +43-1-212 35 20 - 25