There is a wide range of leisure activities and counselling services available for children and young people in Freiburg. You can find out about the wide range of services on the Internet, for example, where to find centres for children and youth centres.
Children and young people have a say - in their neighbourhood, in their youth centre and in their school. They can and should get involved. More information is available on the Internet at www.freiburgxtra.de
Information, advice and opportunities for children and young people to participate
Children’s Center (Kinderbüro)
The Kinderbüro is a centre for children and parents
Offene Sprechzeit: Di-Do 15-18 Uhr oder Termine nach Vereinbarung
Mo, Mi-Fr 9-12.30 Uhr; Mo-Do 14.30-18.30 Uhr
Services: Free confidential advice on all issues. Assistance during appointments at government agencies and help in filling out applications and forms. Assistance in putting together a job application folder. Establishment of a postal address for the homeless, as well as debt counselling and money management.
Youth Immigration Service (Jugendmigrationsdienst)
Counselling Centre and services for young immigrants aged 12 - 26
The following information is intended for refugees without recognition as asylum-seekers or as refugees (people before the start of the asylum procedure, in the middle of the asylum procedure or people whose deportation has been suspended). Refugees who have been recognized as asylum seekers or refugees can find the information relevant to them on the remaining pages of the guide, which is intended for all migrants.
Children and young people under 18 who have come to Germany without their parents or other accompanying adults can find a lot of important information under the following link. There is a "Guide for Unaccompanied Minor Refugees" in different languages: www.b-umf.de/de/publikationen/willkommensbroschuere
The first contact for refugees under the age of 18 who have come to Freiburg on their own is the Office for Children, Youth and Family.
Office for Children, Youth and Family
This is the first contact for refugees under the age of 18 who have come to Germany on their own