CHS has been supporting the international community of Belgian community regardless of their nationality or circumstances since 1971. No-one should feel that they are alone - help is only a telephone call away.
CHS operates a Mental Health Services Centre in Brussels, housing an international team of professional therapists who provide support for a comprehensive range of mental health issues. All our therapists speak English and many also work in other languages.The therapists are supported by a team of volunteers who also manage the administrative aspects of CHS, a non-profit organisation.
We also operate a 24/7 Helpline in English, for children, adolescents and adults. Calls are free of charge, anonymous and confidential.The Helpline is staffed by a team of volunteers that is recruited, trained, supervised and supported by the mental health professionals working with CHS.
The CHS Mental Health Services Centre is an appointment-only service and does not have a drop-in emergency facility. In an emergency where you require immediate access to psychiatric help and live in the Brussels/Leuven area, click the link below.
Webinar Conference with Bright Expats and KBC Brussels
It's difficult enough being a parent at the best of times. Then Covid-19 happened and suddenly we are thrown into a whole new dimension of modern family life. How do I choose the right school for my child? Am I a terrible parent if I can't help them with homework any more? My children are learning on Zoom... but is this really learning?
In this interactive and conversational session hosted by Bright Expats and KBC Brussels, David Willows will help us navigate some of these parenting dilemmas by drawing upon insights from the ancient philosophers, educational futurists, and his own experience of life with six children.
Dr David Willows is currently Director of Advancement at the International School of Brussels. His blog, fragments2.com, provides stories and reflections on the future of the learning business.
|Time||January 21, 2021 8h50 - 10h00
||Connect to the webinar
|9h50||Questions & Answers|
The Community Help Service annual calendar is much more than a calendar. It's full of useful, practical and sometimes 'out-of–the way' information for both newcomers to Brussels and long-term residents. All information is up to date and presented in an easily-accessible format.
The CHS calendar is a valuable reference source throughout the year – just one of the many reasons people collect it year after year.
Email [email protected] or call the office at 02 647 67 80 to get yours!
Alternatively, pick one up from one of the following locations
--Gourmet International, Rue Archimède 59, 1000 Brussels, 02 735 11 38.
--Gourmet International, Allée du Petit Paris 5b, 1410 Waterloo, 02 353 04 30.
--Stonemanor, Steenhofstraat 28, 3078 Everberg, 02 759 49 79.
--Stonemanor, Chaussée de Waterloo 41, 1640 Rhode St Genèse, 02 351 63 53.
--Waterstones, Boulevard Adolphe Max 71-75, 1000 Brussels, 02 219 27 08.
--Treasure Trove, Hoornzeelstraat 35, 3080 Tervuren, 02 688 08 20.