Mental Health & Trauma
Mental health is also very important for a good and happy life!
Anyone can find themselves in a situation where the burden becomes too much and need help with it. There is nothing to be ashamed of when seeking help for a mental health problem. You can find help here.
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- Are you always tired?
- Do you have anxiety and great fears?
- Are you having trouble sleeping?
- You have no interest in anything and you don’t have enjoy anything?
- Are you always stressed?
- Are you feeling restless?
These can be signs of a mental illness. There are many causes for this, e.g. problems, a breakup, loss of work, illness or the death of an important person.
There are a number of places that can help you if you can’t find a way out. All conversations are treated confidentially. There are many people who have the same problems, that’s why there are self-help groups. In the self-help group you can talk about your problems with other people who have the same problems. If everything is just too much for you and you want to speak to someone, you can call the telephone crisis line. Someone will always be there listenting to you.
0951 / 13 39 00
Help with problems in family or partnership, separation and divorce, personal crises, unfulfilled desire to have children, miscarriage, death and grief, after a cancer diagnose and with sexual problems.
0951 / 20 86 325
Counseling in the event of an unfulfilled desire to have children, a miscarriage or the loss of a child.
OASE Beratung und Begegnung
0951 / 98 21 00
Help with emotional stress or mental illnesses for those affected and their families.
0951 / 91 70 09 40
Hier können Betroffene miteinander in einer Gruppe sprechen.
0800 / 111 0 111
0800 / 111 0 222
You can always call here with any problem or concern! People are good at listening.
Telephone: 01805 / 80 96 80
0921 / 8 80 99 – 4 04 10
You can find here a therapist.
For more help on different health issues (addiction, eating disorders, dementia, etc.), click here.
Hospitals, Clinics and Outpatient Treatment
For in-patient or out-patient help with mental health problems, you can contact the hospitals in the region or seek therapeutic treatment.
0951/ 5 03 – 2 32 00
0951 / 5 03 – 1 20 62
Help with Depression, Addiction, Distress, Burnout, Eating Disorder, Crisis, Schizophrenia, Self-harm, Anxiety, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Trauma, Personality Disorder, PTSD.
Buger Straße 80
0951 / 5 03 – 2 45 51 – Consultation hour
0951 / 5 03 – 2 32 00
Help with family problems, bipolar disorder, borderline, depression, crises, psychosis, anxiety, trauma, for single parents.
Am Eichelberg 1
09546 / 88 – 510
Help with depression, exhaustion syndrome, burnout, stress, anxiety, irritable bowel syndrome, PTSD, eating disorders, chronic pain disorders, mental illness due to obesity, obsessive-compulsive disorders, mental stress and crises.
09547 / 81 – 24 67
09547 / 81 – 24 90
Help with depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, adjustment disorders, psychosomatic disorders, schizophrenia, personality disorders, stress reactions, memory and concentration disorders.
0951 / 2 97 29 95
Help with anxiety disorders, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders, eating disorders, mental side effects of physical illnesses.
Offers for Children and Teenagers
More and more children and teenagers have problems that they cannot solve on their own. Corona and the pandemic are also a big problem. Teenagers and also parents can read here how psychological and mental problems can arise and how depression can be recognised, understood and treated.
There are various offers and information for children and teenagers, which you can find here:
0951 / 2 99 57 – 49
Thursdays from 16.00 till 17.00 O’clock – open telephone consultation hour
Children, teenagers and parents can call and quickly clarify initial questions or problems.
Gesundheitszentrum am Bruderwald neben dem Klinikum
Buger Straße 82
0951 / 5 19 – 3 93 70
Buger Straße 80
0951 / 51 92 69 – 0
Buger Straße 80
0951 / 5 03 – 5 37 33
Hilfe bei körperlichen Störungen, Anpassungsstörungen, Depressionen, Angststörungen (z. B. Schulangst) und chronische Schmerzsymptome.
If you haven’t found the right place here, then look also here.