WHERE TO FIND HELP
IN EMERGENCIES CALL 112
If you or someone you know is an immediate danger to oneself or others, you should not hesitate to immediately call the rescue service (112), the psychiatric emergency service in Tübingen (07071 29-82684), or the police (110).
In emergencies, you can also go to the Psychiatrische Hochschulambulanz (Calwerstraße 14, 72076 Tübingen) and talk to a doctor without prior registration or referral - via the clinic's gate.
SOMEONE TO TALK TO (HELPLINES)
Telefonseelsorge (German): https://www.telefonseelsorge.de/ 0800 - 1110111 or 0800 – 1110222
Samaritans (English): https://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help/ 116 123
They also have an app: https://selfhelp.samaritans.org/
Psychotherapeutic counselling centre University of Tübingen (English and German): https://en.my-stuwe.de/advice/psychotherapeutic-counselling/
07071 / 253960
Counselling centre of the university. You can get a therapist appointment here but it is not a replacement for long-term therapy.
Psychiatric outpatient clinic PIA (University clinic): https://www.medizin.uni-tuebingen.de/en-de/das-klinikum/einrichtungen/kliniken/psychiatrie-und-psychotherapie/allgemeine-psychiatrie/ambulante-behandlung/psychiatrische-institutsambulanz-pia
07071 29-86140 (Mo. to Fr. 09:00 - 16:00)
Emergency number: 07071 29-8268
A place where you can go if you think you are an immediate danger to yourself or others.
KVBW (German): https://www.kvbawue.de/
List of all licenced psychotherapist and psychiatrist (or other physicians) in Baden-Württemberg and their contact information.
Arbeitskreis Leben e.V. (German): https://www.akl-krisenberatung.de/ Tübingen: 07071 19298
A group that works in suicide prevention
Advice on staying mentally healthy during social isolation from the Max Planck Institute for Psychiatry https://www.psych.mpg.de/2636548/final_staying_mentally_healthy_during_social_distancing_quarantine_and_exit_restrictions_due_to_covid-19.pdf