Sometimes people are thrown off course. Then they need help.
The Bahnhofsmission is a German aid organisation located at more than a hundred railway stations. We assist everybody in need of help: fast, without registration and condition, cost-free – often at times when no other help is available.
While travelling: By giving information and support with communication problems. Assisting people to get on, off and change trains. Finding recreation rooms and accommodation. Providing wheelchairs, luggage trolleys or lifting platforms. Travelling with unaccompanied children.
In urgent need: Torn clothes. No phone. Without a place to sleep. Hungry. Thirsty. Robbed. Injured. Sick. Weak.
In existential situations of emergency: Homeless. Addicted. Sick. Poor. Desperate.
Do you need help?
Please click here for the address, phone number and opening times of the Bahnhofsmission close to you!
About us: With more than 2.000 full-time and voluntary staff, the Bahnhofsmission’s drop-in centres are key points of the social nets within cities and at railway stations. For over a century, they have been places to go to for people seeking help – currently at more than a hundred railway stations in Germany. The Bahnhofsmission and its drop-in centres are run by the Protestant and Catholic Church. Their work thrives on the commitment of their employees and their many volunteers. Increasingly, they have to rely on donations.