Sprungziele

Sub-department 33

Asylum seekers and emigrants - Martin Schliereke

The Sub-department of Asylum Seekers and Emigrants is responsible in particular for the following:

  • Providing services for the care (subsistence assistance, one-off benefits and sick leave) of asylum seekers, war refugees and tolerated foreigners
  • Accommodation planning, rental of accommodation, property management, management of land and buildings, management of business processes, cost handling
  • Management of initial accommodation (allocation to municipalities after completion of asylum procedures)
  • Social counselling and care of residents in community accommodation and in municipal accommodation, return counselling

You can find further information on the tasks and responsibilities of the individual branch offices as well as the contact details of your responsible officer under:

Branch offices

Asylum benefits (GT 331)

Under certain conditions, asylum seekers can apply for benefits under the Asylum Seekers Benefits Act. These range from basic services to cover daily needs, sickness, pregnancy and childbirth benefits to care services and integration assistance.

Would you like to know whether you or another person can claim benefits? You will find all important information on your entitlement to benefits here.

Further information on the

asylum benefits

The employees of the social service are responsible for the social counselling and care of asylum seekers in temporary accommodation. For example, they provide advice on medical care and support in coping with personal and social problems, which can arise in particular when people from different cultural backgrounds live together. Refugees who are accommodated in the communal accommodation also have contact persons in the social service.

Asylum Accommodation (GT 332)

Together with the towns and municipalities, the district provides accommodation for asylum seekers. The district is responsible for temporarily accommodating the asylum seekers assigned by the state of Baden-Württemberg. The admission quota for the district is approx. 5 % (Königsteiner Schlüssel).

The employees of the Asylum Accommodation business unit look after and administer the communal accommodation of the district, plan new accommodation and control all business processes within the accommodation. The caretaker team takes care of the on-site support. In addition, the distribution of the refugees to the rural district communes is carried out here by means of accommodation.

Further information on the

living/accommodation

The employees of the social service are responsible for the social counselling and care of asylum seekers in temporary accommodation. For example, they provide advice on medical care and support in coping with personal and social problems, which can arise in particular when people from different cultural backgrounds live together. Refugees who are accommodated in the communal accommodation also have contact persons in the social service.

Social Service Asylum 1 (GT 333) and Social Service Asylum 2 (GT 334)

The employees of the social service are responsible for the social counselling and care of asylum seekers in temporary accommodation. For example, they provide advice on medical care and support in coping with personal and social problems, which can arise in particular when people from different cultural backgrounds live together. Refugees who are accommodated in the communal accommodation also have contact persons in the social service.

Further information on the

social consultation

The employees of the social service are responsible for the social counselling and care of asylum seekers in temporary accommodation. For example, they provide advice on medical care and support in coping with personal and social problems, which can arise in particular when people from different cultural backgrounds live together. Refugees who are accommodated in the communal accommodation also have contact persons in the social service.

Coordination and Information Office for Volunteers

You are interested in the topic of refugee work and would like to get involved in this area in the district of Ludwigsburg? The staff of the Coordination and Information Office for Volunteers will be happy to answer your questions and make suggestions:

Doris Kürstner-Noak
Tel.: 07141 144-42394
Fax: 07141 144-54962
Doris Kürstner-Noak

Aleksandr Demionok
Tel.: 07141 144-48735
Fax.: 07141 144-54962
Aleksandr Demionok

Contact us

County District Office Ludwigsburg
Department of Asylum Seekers and Emigrants
Hindenburgstraße 40
71638 Ludwigsburg

Sub-department manager:

Martin Schliereke
Tel.: 07141 144-339
Fax.: 07141 144-59933
Martin Schliereke

Sub-department deputy manager:

Mathias Rockstroh
Tel.: 07141 144-42665
Fax.: 07141 144-59933
Mathias Rockstroh

Service Centre

Tel.: 07141 144-2320
Fax.: 07141 144-59933
Asylum seekers

Contact

Christiane Völpel
Tel.: 07141 144-42408
Fax: 07141 144-59933
Christiane Voelpel

Ute Dittrich-Lutz
Tel.: 07141 144-42485
Fax.: 07141 144-59933
Ute Dittrich-Lutz

Sibylle Greff
Tel.: 07141 144-42484
Fax: 07141 144-59933
Sibylle Greff

opening hours

Service hours Department 33 - Asylum seekers and Aussiedler

If you would like to visit us in person, you will find us at Hindenburgstraße 40, 71638 Ludwigsburg (Services and Accommodation business units) and Auf dem Wasen 9, 71640 Ludwigsburg (Social Service Asylum 1 and 2 business units) For the social service we recommend a previous appointment.

Please note that the service times for the Asylum Benefits business section have changed since 03.09.2019 On Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, an appointment is only possible by prior arrangement. The office hours of individual clerks in the Benefits business section may differ. You can find out the exact office hours via the Service-Center of the department.

weekdaytimes
Monday - Friday 
(Benefits for Asylum: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays only with prior appointment)
08.30 - 12.00 hours
Monday13.30 - 15.30 hours
Thursday13.30 - 18.00 hours