HUB Brussels
Since the closure of the ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais (France) in October 2016, Belgium has seen a slow but steady rise of migrants and refugees in need of material and mental support.

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.

We also offer mental health screening, counselling and psychoeducation to migrants and refugees in three reception centres and a number of individual housing projects in Charleroi and Roeselare.

Cultural briefings and recreational activities are organised to reinforce social networks, and people with symptoms of severe mental health problems are referred to specialist care as appropriate.

 
Mediterranean migration

EU leaders orchestrating humanitarian crisis on Europe’s shores

Press Release 23 Jun 2015
 
Ebola and Marburg

Speech by MSF International President Joanne Liu to the EU high level meeting on Ebola

Speech 3 Mar 2015
 
India

At EU-India Summit, European negotiators urged not to block access to affordable medicines

Press Release 10 Dec 2010
 
Armenia

Social workers and psychologists vital in helping DR TB patients through treatment

Project Update 24 Mar 2010
 
Indonesia

Indonesian earthquake - first evaluation

Project Update 22 Feb 2008
 
Belgium

'More than five million women in our waiting rooms' - as strong as they are vulnerable

Press Release 21 Jun 2007
 
Democratic Republic of Congo

MSF finds catastrophic health situation in the DRC, in spite of political transition

Press Release 15 Nov 2005

Contact us

HUB Brussels
MSF Belgium

Médecins Sans Frontières/Artsen Zonder Grenzen
Rue de l'Arbre Bénit 46
1050 Ixelles
Belgium