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HEALTHCARE

Below you can find an overview of organizations that provide refugees with (physical & mental) healthcare. While some activities require a medical license or training, there are still plenty of opportunities to help without being a healthcare professional.


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Last updated: Tuesday, July 12, 2022

The organisations below offer medical care or first care to refugees.

Red Cross

The Red Cross aims to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found. They can help you restore links with family, friends or other acquaintances left behind. Sign up here to become a volunteer for the Red Cross


Dokters van de Wereld

Dokters van de Wereld (Doctors of the World) is an organization that stands up for people who are excluded from healthcare. With their Zorgbus ("Care bus"), they will drive to various refugee reception locations to provide mobile care. They are looking for volunteers with- or without a medical background to provide information about healthcare in the Netherlands for undocumented migrants, or BIG-registered doctors to help with consultation hours.


Boat Refugee Foundation

Boat Refugee Foundation provides medical and psychosocial emergency aid for refugees at the borders of Europe. You can sign up as a volunteer to help refugees from Ukraine.


Provide oral care to refugees

Would you like to provide dental assistance to refugees from Ukraine? If you register, you will be added to an extensive list of dental practices that provide dental care to refugees from Ukraine. Register via this link.


Huisarts voor Vluchteling (GP for Refugees)

Are you a general practitioner and can you help refugees from Ukraine? Huisarts for Vluchteling (GP for Refugees) maps out which general practitioners have room to help refugees during their consultation hours. Via the website, you can register your general practice to help these people.