The next Delano Live, now on 17 March, tackles the thorny topic of data protection and online privacy. We have passes to give away to this invite-only event.
Health support groups
Support for patients and families.
The group is a nonprofessional, self-supporting international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. Their website provides the list of meetings throughout Europe. In Luxembourg, several English-speaking meetings are offered.
Where: 100 rue de Hollerich L-1740 Luxembourg
Phone: 62 16 36 576
Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous & Overeaters Anonymous
The group uses the Twelve-Step programme adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous to address the mental, emotional, and spiritual components of the disorders of anorexia and bulimia. The program is also open to overeaters.
Founded in 1988 by the Red Cross as Aidsberodung, to accompany people with Aids in their end of life, HIV Berodung service is now a national public health group campaigning for the prevention of HIV, hepatitis C and IST, as well as providing psychosocial support for people living with HIV.
Where: 94 boulevard du Général Patton L-2316 Luxembourg
Phone: 27 55 45 00
Email : email@example.com
Narcotics Anonymous Luxembourg
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit group aiming to support people with drugs addiciton. The programme is group-oriented, and is based on the Twelve Steps and the Twelve Traditions, adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous.
This NGO informs and advises people about administrative, technical, medical and care problems in the areas of health and social security. They work with a network of external consultants, composed of legal advisors as well as health and social security experts. The organisation also provides a booklet on patients’ rights (in French and German) on their website, as well as emergency contacts.
Where: 1A rue Christophe Plantin, L-2339 Luxembourg
Phone: 49 14 57 1
Think Pink Lux
Think Pink Lux is a Luxembourg-registered NGO formed by a small group of like-minded women whose lives have been touched by cancer either directly or through their families and friends. Their purpose is to support women living in Luxembourg in their fight with the day-to-day reality of cancer.