No Consultation between 16 March and 6 April
For help and advice, please call, WeChat and WhatsApp from Tuesday to Thursday: 06 8188 1070 and 06 1324 7684
Walk-in Consultation Service (from 8 April)
Every Wednesday and Thursday 10AM – 2PM
Address: Zuidwal 94, The Hague
Confidential and Considerate
“True words are not beautiful; beautiful words are not true.”
— Laozi —
海安 Haags Welzijn
Haags Welzijn is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation that provides free advice and support to Chinese labour migrant workers in the Hague region.
The Hague region is comprised of Delft, Gouda, Leiden and Zoetermeer.
You are welcome to contact us if you require assistance or advice.
Haags Welzijn works with many organisations in the Hague region and we will try our best to refer you to the appropriate organisations if we are not able to resolve your problems within our organisation. We also assist undocumented Chinese workers.
Other than Dutch, our social workers/staff also speak Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Vietnamese, Malay/Indonesian.
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