Who can make use of the advice?
Regardless of the distress you are in: If you require advice and assistance, you can turn to us with any concern. We also offer advice to men, family members, acquaintances or friends – for free and, if requested, anonymously.
I live in a small town and I am worried about being recognised. What can I do?
Our anonymous advice is an offer of assistance that you are entitled to across the whole of Germany. You are not limited to just one town or federal state. The same standards are in place throughout Germany. Please call us if you have any doubts. We know the appropriate points of contact in your area and can tell you how to get in touch with them in a secure manner.
What happens when I confide in somebody?
We provide you with anonymous and secure assistance. Our counsellors are specially trained and know a number of different ways to help. We will not leave you alone in your difficult situation. We listen to you so that you can identify the possible options for you and your child.
Why should I seek advice early?
The sooner we talk to each other, the more time there is to find the best solution for you. We will show you the possible options for support entirely according to your wishes. During the pregnancy, you are entitled to receive anonymous medical advice, call upon anonymous check-ups and prepare for a safe birth.
I am going to give birth soon. Where can I find help?
The only thing that matters is your health and that of your child. You can find help at a hospital or with a midwife, even if you have not visited an advice centre and still want to remain anonymous. The clinic will then get in in touch with the advice centre, which then takes care of all the next steps. You will find protection and assistance here, even if you have already given birth in secret. You don't know who you should turn to? Then call us! We are available for you around the clock!
Can I be sure that my secret will not be revealed?
Yes. The following applies when it comes to advice: All parties concerned are legally bound to confidentiality. That applies to both the counsellors on the telephone and the counsellors in the pregnancy advice centres. Telephone and Internet data is transferred in an encrypted manner.