Help to overcome particular social difficulties Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Particular social difficulties arise from the combination of special living conditions with social difficulties which cannot be dealt with independently by the persons concerned. Special living conditions may be (according to Section 1 (2) of the Ordinance pursuant to Section 69 SGB XII): an unsecured economic basis of life, non-existent housing or inadequate housing, violent living conditions, dismissal from a closed facility, comparable adverse living conditions. The aim of the aid is to enable affected persons to cope independently in their daily lives according to their possibilities and to enable integration into society. People who have been in such difficult living conditions with particular social difficulties are entitled to this assistance that they cannot overcome it on their own. The particularly difficult living conditions or social difficulties must be clearly distinguished from the general life crises such as unemployment, illness, marital divisions and the like by a particular degree of severity. The benefits of assistance to overcome particular social difficulties are subordinate diswelled with the benefits of other social security institutions/rehabilitation providers and other provisions of SGB XII (social assistance), insofar as they fully meet the needs. In the case of aid for overcoming particular social difficulties, the imputation of income and assets is waived in the event that services are required in individual cases, in contrast to the principle of the subordinatement of social assistance. The assistance includes all the necessary measures to eliminate the particular difficulties that prevent integration into society. These include, in particular: Advice and personal care for those seeking help and for their relatives, Help in the procurement of an apartment, measures to obtain a job and Helping to cope with everyday life. The above services are provided in particular by outpatient assistance offers, such as Day stays, outpatient aids Temporary housing and - insofar as these outpatient measures are not sufficient - through inpatient housing.