For study counselling and psychological counselling, these external counselling centers can help you further:
Dropped out of studies - and then?
Many students are thinking about dropping out of their studies or have already done so. But what comes next? The shift guide supports students who have doubts about their studies and those who have dropped out in their decision-making process.
Advice even for low income
The Öffentliche Rechtsauskunft- und Vergleichstelle Hamburg (ÖRA) offers legal advice, dispute resolution and mediation for low-income Hamburg residents.
For people in stressful mental situations, with mental illnesses and their relatives and loved ones: guidance and advice online via instant chat, open and direct email inquiries, as well as text chat and video advice by appointment at https://www.obeon.de/
Always a sympathetic ear
For health concerns
The Patient Advisory Service Hamburg offers advice on all health care issues, e.g. finding a doctor, special treatments, doctors' offices with foreign language skills.
When am I considered a "carer"? When should I look for relief? This compilation by CHE - Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung gGmbH in cooperation with Familie in der Hochschule e.V. provides initial answers as well as information and counselling options (in German).