The target group of support for hard-to-reach young people are young people between 15 and 25 years of age who are not or temporarily not reached by the offers of the social benefit systems. These young people are socially disadvantaged or individually impaired and are therefore unable to find a job or training place or to apply for basic social security benefits. Within the framework of the promotion, you can support these young people in difficult life situations by giving them an additional opportunity for accompaniment, initiating educational processes and helping them to learn about and apply for basic social security benefits. The individual problem situations of the young people and their causes are very complex. Examples can be lack of a school-leaving certificate no job/training place deficits in social competence, motivation, resilience and key qualifications (imminent) homelessness family conflicts difficult biographies (growing up in a foster family/residential group or in families with long-term unemployment) financial problems/debt health or addiction problems In order to be able to reach these young people, possible support services must also be individually oriented, in order to, for example stabilise the financial situation to support the application for social benefits, such as unemployment benefit II to support in the search for accommodation or stabilisation of the housing situation to accompany them when they go to the authorities to introduce them to therapeutic treatments help to build up social networks to support the development of work and social behaviour or readiness for learning and education to prepare for catching up on school-leaving qualifications and for taking up a job or training place. In principle, offers of this kind are primarily provided by other social service providers (e.g. youth welfare). As a certified educational institution, you can therefore only receive funding if similar offers by these priority social service providers do not exist locally and do not have to be provided as a priority. The funding can be publicly advertised by the Job Centre or be provided as project funding in accordance with the law on grants. Project funding must be limited in terms of time and content; institutional funding is not possible. You have no legal claim to the funding.