We help you find a job in Austria!. We support the Ukrainian people who had to leave their country. We connect job seekers with employers, facilitating the integration of displaced persons into the Austrian labor market and helping them regain financial security.
The Refugee Midwifery Service offers complete pregnancy care and resources for refugees. It’s free and the midwives are not only medically qualified, but multilingual and culturally respectful.
The city of Vienna offers free information modules on living, working, health care, schools and many other topics for “newly arrived Viennese people”. If you live in a different city you could still attend the modules online – the information on health care, renting appartments, schools,… is relevant for all of Austria.
The Diakonie has a special helpcenter for women. All the legal advisors and social workers, who work there, are female and only women and small children are allowed to enter the center. They offer help in every possible situation. From legal issues and help for victims of violence and human trafficking to finding work and accommodation. The homepage is German, but they have counseling in Russian and many other languages. The telephone number is: 0043 664 88 63 28 53
Coordination office – the »Office Ukraine. Shelter for Ukrainian Artists« – for Ukrainian artists in Austria. It serves as a platform for the coordination of various initiatives by civil society as well as by institutions and acts as a liaison between the institutions in Austria and cultural workers from Ukraine.
Plattform to search for and offer private accommodation in the whole of Europe.
Filmschool vienna encourages actors/actresses & acting students to get in touch with our acting students and teachers. In order to continue their trainings after arriving in Vienna we provide a free participation in our offers in the field of Acting where you can work in English and German such as Meisner Training and Acting on Camera groups. Contact: email@example.com
We offer apartments for refugees coming from Ukraine. Alliance of German Serviced Apartments Provider If you need an apartment please write. We offer apartments for refugees coming from Ukraine. Currently we offer apartments in the following cities:Amsterdam, Augsburg, Bad Säckingen, Bad Urach, Bergen, Berlin, Bielefeld, Bingen, Böblingen, Braunschweig, Carcassonne, Copenhagen, Darmstadt, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Essen, Extertal, Frankfurt, Gießen, Güstrow, Hamburg, Hamburg Haburg, Hannover, Ingolstadt, Kalkar-Kehrum, Karlsruhe, Köln, Leipzig, Leverkusen, Lippstadt, Ludwigsburg, Masserberg, München, Nellingen, Niederrhein, Nürnberg, Oberammergau, Prag, Ratingen, Schorndorf, Singen, Stuttgart, Ulm, Werfenweng, Wien, Wiesbaden, Wuppertal and Zürich.
Information about Synagogues, koscher shops, the Jewish school in Vienna and special security measures for Jewish people. The Jewish community Vienna can also help with accommodation and contacts – they have a longstanding tradition in helping refugees in Vienna.
Trains in Austria are free for Ukrainian refugees (until June 30th 2022!). Here the ÖBB (Österreichische Bundesbahnen) provides info on how to get free tickets and how to get to Germany, Switzerland, France and Italy.
The Diakonie has a special counseling center for female refugees. Only females and children can enter the offices and all the employees and translators are women. They offer help with work, health, family issues, legal status and any other questions you might have. The website is German, but they offer counseling in Russian, English and many different languages.
The Ukrainian community started this facebook page to connect Ukrainians in Austria with volunteers and refugees coming to Austria. It’s a platform for any kind of information and help. Please be aware, that any legal advice given on the platform is not monitored by trained legal professionals, so it may be wrong!
The Ukrainian Community Vienna, based at St. Barbara church in Postgasse 12, 1010 Wien, has put together this site for volunteers. Here you can sign up, if you can offer transportation, accommodation, logistical or any other kind of help. They also have a list of items they need donated.
The Ukrainian community in Vienna has put up this site to find and offer accommodation in Austria. The church St. Barbara, Postgasse 12, 1010 Wien, where the community is based, is also open, if you need food or any other advice.
ESRA offers free psychological counseling for the Jewish community in Vienna, descendants of Holocaust survivors and Jewish people who are experiencing trauma.
“PCs für alle” is a nonprofit organization in Vienna, that collects, prepares and hands out laptops and computers to people in need. If you had to leave your laptop behind, send them a message and they will provide you with one free of charge. If you work in a big company, that regularly replaces their laptops and PCs, here you can donate them.
Hemayat offers free psychological help to torture and war survivors. They also have specialized help for children. The waiting list is quite long, so if you or someone you know have the feeling, you might need psychological help in the future, please register now.
Free clothing, household items, toys, hygiene products. The House of Hope is open twice a week, you can get everything you need there for free – no documentation needed, no questions asked. The facebook page is in German, but the volunteers who work there speak a lot of different languages. Facebook messages are answered very fast. The House of Hope also has a very big garden and a bicycle repair shop. They also post a list of needs quite regularly for those who would like to donate things. Please only bring things from the list and make sure, the things