Those who are dependent on others, often due to an illness or disability, can suffer from social exclusion and practical difficulties as part of their everyday lives. The Red Cross offers a wide range of services to provide support to dependent people.
Assistance and Care
Affiliated with the ‘HELP’ network, the Assistance and Care services of the Luxembourg Red Cross can intervene at your home or at the home of those close to you in order to help you or them overcome the difficulties related to age, illness, or disability. These services allow those in need to lead an autonomous life for as long as possible. … more
Eng Hand fir déi Krank (support for people who are isolated)
Isolation and solitude are two problems related to the aging of the population. Does this situation worry you? Join our team of volunteers and make a difference in the lives of those who feel isolated and lonely… more
The Welfare Services welcome, inform, and guide you through the process of accessing social, financial, and material aid for which you might qualify… more
Even a long stay at a hospital may not be enough to regain full strength or health after an illness or operation. The Centre de Convalescence Emile Mayrisch offers calmness and tranquility as well as the medical expertise and assistance necessary for a successful recovery… more
Whether you are an individual or a health professional, the Luxembourg Red Cross’s ambulance service can offer you national and international medical transportation… more
Meal Home Delivery
The meal home delivery team delivers hot and well-balanced meals to your home all year long for €11… more
Integrated Center for Older People (CIPA)
In addition to medical care, our retirement home offers many cultural activities and arts and crafts. The centre opens its doors every day to offer you a warm and convivial place to spend the day…more
For further information
The Luxembourg Red Cross is unable to meet all needs, but has developed a catalog of associations who deal with specific problems.
If none of the aids listed above match your needs, contact the Helpline by telephone on 2755, by mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visiting the Helpline page