Confidants

This support service is free of charge, anonymous and confidential. Regardless of whether you already have a specific concern or are still unsure, the confidants listed below are here to help you.

Internal Confidants

Personalrat

For employees: Staff Council
Phone • Email

Beate Langer

For employees and students from the science sector: uniqUS - Unit for Inclusive University Culture
Chat • Phone • Email

Silvia Meyer

For employees from technology, administration and the library: Equal Opportunities Officer
Chat • Phone • Email

Julia König

Vice Representative for Equal Opportunity
Chat • Phone • Email

Marion Specht

Chat • Phone • Email

Jana Jäckle

Chat • Phone • Email

Susan Völkel

For employees and students: Contact person for anti-discrimination
Chat • Phone • Email

Barbara Scheubert

For employees and students: Diversity Management Officer
Chat • Phone • Email

Christine dos Santos Costa

For employees and students: Contact Person for Sexual Harassment (w/d)
Chat • Phone • Email

Dr. Klaus Hübler

For employees and students: Contact Person for Sexual Harassment (m/d)
Chat • Phone • Email

Dennis Klein

For employees: Company integration management (BEM)
Chat • Phone • Email

Sonja Rapp

For employees: Management development
Chat • Phone • Email

Kurt Hagemann

For employees: Representative for People with Severe Disabilities
Chat • Phone • Email

Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Eggert

For students and employees: Commissioner for students with disabilities or chronical illness / Inclusion Officer of the employer (for employees)
Chat • Phone • Email

Service Uni&Familie

For employees and students: Service Uni&Familie
Chat • Phone • Email

Karl-Heinz Hansal

For employees and students: Care advisor
Chat • Phone • Email

Stephan Bissinger

For employees: Head of Personnel and Legal Department
Phone • Email

Sonja Bittner

For employees: Department of Personnel and Legal Affairs
Phone • Email

Sozialberatung

For students: Social Counseling
Phone • Email

Psychologische Beratung

For employees and students: Psychological Counseling
Phone • Email

Peter Salzmann

For employees: Corporate Contact Person for Addiction Prevention
Chat • Phone • Email

Dagmar Hansen

For employees: Corporate Contact Person for Addiction Prevention
Chat • Phone • Email

Dr. Christian Stahl

For employees: Corporate Contact Person for Addiction Prevention
Chat • Phone • Email

Dr. Ursula Meiser

For students, doctoral candidates, teachers & supervisors: Ombudsperson Teaching and Doctoral Studies
Chat • Phone • Email

Dezernat Internationales / International Office

For international employees and students: counseling and services
Phone • Email

Team Referat Gleichstellung, Diversity und Soziales

For students: Student Council
Chat • Email

Zentrale Studienberatung

For students: Central Student Advisory Service
Phone • Email

Arbeitsmedizinischer Dienst (AMD)

For employees: Occupational Medical and Health Services
Phone • Email

Klinikum Stuttgart - Suchtmedizinische Ambulanz

Mon-Fri: 9am - 12pm & 1pm - 4pm
Phone • Email

Antidiskriminierungsstelle des Bundes

Mon-Thu: 9am - 3pm
Phone • Email

Arbeitskreis Leben Stuttgart

For employees and students
Phone • Email

Pflegetelefon (Care phone)

Mon-Thu: 9am - 6pm
Phone • Email

Konflikthotline Baden Württemberg

For employees www.konflikthotline-bw.de
Phone

ArbeiterKind.de

Phone • Email

Büro für diskriminierungskritische Arbeit Stuttgart

For employees and students
Phone • Email

Scicomm Support

Phone

Public Counseling Offers

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Frequently asked questions

Do I have to pay anything for the support?

No, the assistance or the conversation with the contact person is free of charge for you. You can have this conversation during working hours. 

What is the advantage of this support for me?

In situations where we feel overwhelmed, are confronted with a conflict at work or in the study environment, or are worried about our health, most people are overwhelmed and have difficulty thinking clearly. An initial overview of support services or contacting our contact persons anonymously can help you talk out your own worries and thoughts and sort them out. The contact people (confidants) can help you to classify your situation, to get a neutral view of your situation or to point out possible solutions.

Is my concern important enough?

You can be sure that the contact persons will take your concern seriously. If there is an issue that concerns you or makes you unhappy, it is a right and important step to confide in someone.

Is my request really confidential?

Yes. You do not have to provide any information about yourself. In some cases, it may be useful to provide data such as gender, affiliation (technical and administrative employee, scientist or student), your field of work or your study program or faculty to allow for an individual approach. However, this is completely voluntary. All information will be treated strictly confidential by your contact person.

Can all contact persons be reached anonymously?

No. This is for various reasons. Sometimes a personal, confidential conversation is the better choice. 
Whether internal confidants can be contacted anonymously is based on the selection option. If you select a confidant, you will find a contact card on the right-hand side with the name, position, and, if applicable, the e-mail address of the person. If there is also the option to select a topic in the contact card and the option "Anonymous contact (Chat)" is present in the next step, then it is possible to contact this person anonymously. If these options are not available, the contact is not necessarily anonymous.
External confidants that are integrated in Evermood, e.g., the TelefonSeelsorge or the Elterntelefon, can only be contacted outside the Evermood platform anyways. In such cases, these support offers may also be reached anonymously. Find out more about this on the website of the respective support offer you are trying to reach.