Country Statistics

Total Population: 9,043,070

 

Estimated migrant population: 1,492,374

 

Estimated refugee population (2019): 135,951

 

Estimated number of undocumented migrants (2019): 16,554

 

Main migrant populations (2020): Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey

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Healthcare rights of migrants and HIV testing and treatment in Austria

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Healthcare rights of migrants

Asylum seekers: Can access primary health care on the same level as Austrian citizens

 

Refugees: Can access medical care at the same level as Austrian citizens

 

Undocumented migrants: Can access emergency care in return for full payment of costs

 

HIV testing and treatment

Testing: Testing is free and anonymous for all. It can be done at one of the 7 AIDS-hilfe organisations. Use the aidsmap European test finder to see where you can get tested for HIV.

Treatment: Treatment is available for those that are insured. For those that are uninsured, treatment may be obtained among specific NGOs and doctors.

 

 

Support Organisations

Verein Begegnung Arcobaleno: 

Advice on social and cultural integration of foreigners in Upper Austria.

kurse@arcobaleno.info

https://www.arcobaleno.info/

07 32 60 58 97

Friedhofstraße 6, 4020 Linz

Service(s): Integration and social support

Counselling Center FAIR, Volkshilfe

Advice, information and support for migrants and recognised refugees in St. Pölten on job-seeking, translation problems or legal issues.

fair.stpoelten@volkshilfe-wien.at

https://www.volkshilfe-wien.at/arbeit-beschaftigung-titel-tbd/bbe-fair/

+43 0227 4221 804

Service(s): Integration and social support, Advice and information

Flüchtlingsprojekt Ute Bock: 

Offers counselling to asylum seekers living in Vienna and, in many cases homeless asylum seekers and other refugees in need of assistance.

info@fraubock.at

https://www.fraubock.at/de/

+43 0192 9242 424

Ute Bock House, Zohmanngasse 28, 1100 Vienna

Service(s): Counselling and mental healthIntegration and social support

Plattform Asyl - FÜR MENSCHEN RECHTE: 

Creates spaces for refugees and people who have been living in Austria for a long time to meet. Also raises awareness of issues of flight, asylum and human rights in Tyrol and Austria.

k.heis@plattform-asyl.eu

https://plattform-asyl.eu/

+43 0664 8858 8931

Bürgerstrasse 21, 6020 Innsbruck, Tyrol

Service(s):  Integration and social support