Trampoline House has a lot to offer you. It does not matter whether you are an asylum seeker in phase 1, 2, or 3, or if you are a refugee with residence permit in Denmark.
You can get legal counseling
We offer free, personal legal counseling Monday–Friday to asylum seekers, rejected asylum seekers, and refugees with residence permit in Denmark. Click here to read more.
You can get medical counseling
Come and talk to one of our volunteering doctors if you have a medical or dental problem and would like a second opinion. Tuesdays 4–6 pm.
You can get psychological counseling
You can get free personal psychological counseling. Our volunteering psychologists can help you if you have worries, stress, sleep problems etc. To get counseling, please make an appointment in advance by contacting Daniel Saberi: email@example.com, (+45) 81 11 32 36. Every other Wednesday (even weeks) 6–8 pm.
Prepare for the job market
If you’re an asylum seeker or refugee, and if you want to improve your chances of finding work, you can join our job training activities or enroll in our Next Practice job training program:
develop your skills
improve your Danish
participate in our job workshops
prepare you to get a real job or get ready for school
get started with your new life in Denmark
Click here to read more about our job training program Next Practice
Learn or teach languages
You can learn Danish
We offer free Danish classes three times a week. You can start anytime you want – just show up and present yourself to the instructor.
Click here to see the when the classes take place.
Click here to see 6 month lesson plan for Danish classes.
You can learn
We offer free English classes three times a week. You can start anytime you want – just show up and present yourself to the instructor.
Click here to see the when the classes take place.
Click here to see 6 month lesson plan for English classes.
We also offer Arabic, French, Italian, and Swahili classes once a week
Click here to see all our classes and other activities in our calendar
Get or teach new skills
You can join different work groups/ workshops and learn/teach new skills, such as:
bible class in Farsi
Participate in our democracy
You can be part of making decisions and speak openly about the injustices you experience in society
The house meeting is the democratic parliament of Trampoline House where we update each other on news and discuss urgent issues related to Trampoline House and life as a refugee/asylum seeker. Tuesdays 4–5 pm.
A workshop for people with special interest in politics and communication. In-dept talks about the nature and principles of democracy and political communication. Fridays 3–4:30 pm (last Friday of the month closed).
Join our community for women
Women seeking asylum are especially vulnerable during their flight and do not always feel safe in Denmark’s asylum centers either. That is why Trampoline House has created a Women’s Club, offering special programs for women only
Women's Club and Women's Class
The club meets every second and third Friday of the month from 4–6 pm and on the second Saturday of the month from 2–7 pm. On Fridays, the club offers lectures and workshops on feminist and human rights issues during Women's class. On the second Saturday of the month, the club offers legal and medical counseling, relaxation therapy, workshops, cooking, and community.
Women's Club has members from all over the world. Some of us are seeking asylum in Denmark or have refugee status here, some of us are temporarily living in Denmark or were born here. Women's Club is a safe space where women can talk freely about the problems we experience as women in our daily lives, in Danish society, and in the asylum centers.
Women's Club and Women's Class are open for all women and their children. If you would like to bring your child(ren), please ask a staff member.
Click here to see the Women's Club program for Fall 2019.
Relax and make new friends
Life as an asylum seeker or refugee is stressful and lonely, and the uncertainty and worry can drive you crazy
Trampoline House is not just a house with classes, activities, and counseling. It is also a place where you will feel at home and can relax. In the house, you can make new friends, play ping pong, and get free tea and coffee. Several days a week, we all eat dinner together, and every first Friday of the month we have a big party and dance to our favorite music. Like a real trampoline, Trampoline House will give you new energy to deal with all the problems in the asylum system or in the integration system.
Organizing & Campaigning
People in Trampoline House are also working hard to change the Danish asylum system and ensure asylum seekers’ and refugees’ rights. We organize campaigns, demonstrations, debates, and seminars. We speak to the press about the problems in the Danish asylum system. Every year, we create more awareness about conditions of refugees and asylum seekers in Denmark at festivals and political meetings. You can join this struggle by joining Trampoline House!
Click here to see some of our initiatives.
Bring your children
You can always ask the staff about signing up your children for Children’s Club. In the club, our child carers will play and make fun activities with your child(ren), so you can do asylum internship or refugee job training in the house, attend classes, talk to a lawyer, and hang out with your friends.
Click here to see Children’s Club’s opening hours.