We have collected instructions, recommendations and contacts, which can help you in the chosen country and situation.
There are shelters for people affected by domestic violence and temporary housing for people in vulnerable situations provided by local authorities throughout the country. To get a shelter or temporary accommodation, you need a valid visa. If it is not available, contact the migrant assistance funds – they will give advice and provide primary specialist assistance.
Proof of access to government funds (such as a visa) or alternative funding (for more information, contact the helping organizations.
If you have refugee status, you can stay there from six months to a year. You may then be able to provide social housing or rental options available to you.
You can read in detail about how to get accommodation here. Also, you can receive information from charitable foundations working with women and violence.
Shelter organization advises on this issue throughout the country.
Your local Citizen’s Advice Bureau.
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