Our response in Belgium to the new coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the largest ever in the country. Teams are working in nursing homes and supporting hospitals.
Our work with refugees and asylum seekers involves providing mental health screening, counselling and psychoeducation in three reception centres and a number of individual housing projects in Charleroi and Roeselare.
Together with a number of other organisations, we set up a ‘humanitarian hub’ at the Gare du Nord, near Maximilian Park, in Brussels. Here, our psychologists offer counselling and mental health support as part of a complete package of services for migrants and refugees in transit.
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