Do you find yourself in an emergency situation in Korea?
Homelessness: we can connect you with the English speaking crisis staff at KAS that will assist you with a temporarily housing solution or you can contact them directly
Medical situation: Raphael Clinic treats all foreigners and has English speaking staff. KAS has an MOU with the Red Cross Hospital (you must have stayed in Korea 3 months, the discount they offer, will depend on your financial means). Contact KAS' crisis staff for further information.
Please note, that the Korean classification system of hospitals means that not all hospitals treat all diseases. For situations not covered by these hospitals: please contact [email protected] or KAS' crisis staff so we can assist you as soon as possible.
Mental health therapy: Are you suicidal or depressed or in other need of mental health therapy but can't afford the fees for English speaking therapists? Contact [email protected] or You&Me Therapy at [email protected]
Urgent need (emergency such as sudden death in the family) to go back to your home country but can't afford the flight ticket:
Depending on your country of citizenship, your embassy can assist you with a loan - please visit the embassy page to learn what rules apply to your country
Legal issues: A lawyer assists our members pro bono. Please email your question or a detailed description of your problem to [email protected]
If you are at risk of deportation and don't know who to contact:
email [email protected] or [email protected]. We will handle your information with the utmost discretion and connect you with people who can assist you in the further process.