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If you are young, you have 1001 questions. WAT WAT is there for everyone who doesn’t know. In both exciting and difficult moments. WAT WAT, you know! No-Nonsense information for young people!
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Do you have a difficult question, a personal problem or a difficult situation?
Through their handy search help function you can easily find the right assistance and answers for your problems and questions at all helplines in Flanders
WAT WAT is a platform of more than 70 organisations (think of Awel, Sensoa, VDAB, Publiq, Child Focus, etc.) that want to inform young people and lead them to advice or help. By joining forces under one brand name, WAT WAT is the reference point for young people with questions. The Ambrassade coordinates WAT WAT on behalf of the Flemish Government.
Awel listens to all children and young people with a questions, a story, a problem.
When you contact Awel, a volunteer will listen to you. It does not matter if you are a bit nervous, that is quite normal. The respondent will support you. You may take your time and tell them anything you want.
The free and anonymous telephone number of Awel is 102.
You can call every day from 4 pm. to 10 pm. except Sundays and holidays. On Wednesdays and Saturdays you can call as early as 2 pm. You don’t have to pay for a call with Awel. It is completely free of charge. You call anonymously with Awel. You don’t have to tell us who you are, your phone number doesn’t appear on our phones and your call with Awel doesn’t appear on the phone bill.
You can also chat with Awel via:
- E-mail | email@example.com
- Chat | every day from 6 pm. to 10 pm., except on Sundays and public holidays.
TOGETHER THROUGH STUDY AND EXAMS IN CORONA TIME
Also in the block and exams we will continue to support you, with info and tips, advice and support. We listen to your questions and concerns every Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 3 pm and 5 pm, and actively look for solutions. We wish you a lot of courage and confidence.
More info about studying in corona time
PSYCHOLOGISTS & PSYCHIATRISTS
Make an appointment for an individual meeting or participate in one of our training courses in group.
Together we break taboos and make psychological problems negotiable. Also in coronation times ♡
A LISTENING EAR & CONTACT
The Social Services advisors listen to you. You can contact them, among other things, to discuss your study costs and social status. Adaptation difficulties? A conflict at home? The advisors also offer advice and help with personal or emotional problems.
- Tel. | +32 (0)16 32 44 28 (9u – 12u30 en 13u30 – 17u)
- E-mail | firstname.lastname@example.org
IN URGENT NEED OF HELP?
Questions or need a chat? People are there for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
All information about emergency aid, welfare & health at KU Leuven
Student Services listens to all your worries and questions
- Chat anonymously with Student Facilities every Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 3pm and 5pm.
- Call the telephone number every working day between 9 am. and 5 pm.(+32) 16 32 43 75.
Doubts, fear of failure, sadness, … don’t stay too long with your worries and contact the student service. The student service offers you a listening ear and if you want, they will look for the appropriate solution together with you.
Exams are sometimes accompanied by fear of failure, stress or a lack of motivation. During the exam periods in January and June you can go to Teleblok-chat.
Teleblok is during the exam periods in January and June a contact point for students and people around them through a free and anonymous chat. Every evening between 6 pm. and 11pm., our volunteers offer their listening ear. Chat is very accessible and anonymous, which makes a lot of difficulties easy to discuss. Our volunteers listen, support and help every caller to find their answers.
Talk to Tele-Onthaal about what’s on your mind. You can call and chat anonymously and free of charge with Tele-Onthaal.
- Call 106 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- 💬 Chat with Tele-Onthaal
Sometimes you have to gather all your courage for a conversation. Or you wonder if such a conversation is safe. To make it as easy as possible for you to talk, we keep the threshold as low as possible.
At the Suicide hotline1813 there is someone waiting for you. Every call is anonymous and free of charge.
Call 1813 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
You can also chat and email or get started with the self-help function through their website!
Need a good conversation? Looking for a quick answer? Our answerers are ready for you. They are open to your story, provide you with information and initial advice or help you on your way to help.
Anonymous, objective and without judgement or condemnation.
Calling De Druglijn is possible Monday to Friday from 10 am to 8 pm: 078 15 10 20
You can also chat, email and consult a lot of information about drinking and other drug problems on their website! Here too you can get started with online self-care and self-help.
CAW stands for Centre for General Welfare. There you will find the answers to your questions about feeling well, health but also about administrative and financial issues.
JAC is a department of CAW that helps young people up to 25 years old with all their questions and problems. Problems at home? Looking for your own place? Questions about sex? Victim of violence or abuse? Money problems? Questions about drugs? You can contact the JAC with any question you may have.
With most JAC’s you can just step in with your question. Sometimes you have to make an appointment. You can also call, email or chat. If you wish, you can always contact us anonymously.
The Flemish Centers for Mental Health Care (CGG) annually counsel more than 50,000 people with serious mental and/or psychiatric problems. Children and adolescents, adults and the elderly can go there for a consultation by appointment (not for admission).
The team of each Center consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, …. All these specialists work together with you to find the best approach to your request for help.
Who can go there?
You normally only go to a CGG when you are referred to it, for example by your family doctor or the CLB. After all, a CGG is meant for people with a serious psychological-psychiatric problem or a problem that could get worse.