Many people in Germany and Europe are currently offering accommodation to people from Ukraine free of charge.
Please be careful of dubious offers and alert the police (phone: 110) if you feel unsafe. Minors may not be privately housed without their families under any circumstances. In such cases, the police or the youth welfare office (Jugendamt) should be notified. The violence against women support hotline provides free telephone advice on the number 08000 116 016 or by e-mail and online chat in 17 languages, including Russian.
You may also be housed in an immigration reception centre or emergency accommodation provided by the individual federal states. Please ask your local immigration authority or the police for an address. You do not need to apply for asylum to receive housing.
If you have been issued with a residence permit in accordance with Section 24 of the Residence Act (Aufenthaltsgesetz) and need somewhere to stay, the social security authorities will cover the costs of appropriate accommodation. The social security authorities will determine whether these requirements are met. You should find out about this before renting accommodation.
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