On Tuesday morning, terror attacks rocked Brussels, Belgium, as explosives were detonated at Zaventem Airport and the Maelbeek metro station. Current reports are confirming over 30 fatalities and more than 200 injured. This is the third terror attack to target Europe since the beginning of 2015, preceded by the Charlie Hebdo murders and the multi-targeted mass shootings in Paris.

FEI Behavioral Health, known internationally for our work with crises like the developing situation in Belgium, sends its support for those impacted by the terrorist attacks this morning.

There are several ways you can check on the safety of loved ones in Brussels. Please use the following resources:

  • The Belgian Red Cross set up a website that allows people to search for family and friends in Brussels and also for those in Brussels to check in if they’re OK.
  • The Belgian Crisis Center established a phone number that people outside of Belgium may call for information: +3278151771.
  • To check on loved ones at the Brussels Airport, call (0032) (0)2/753 73 00.
  • Facebook activated its safety check feature, which allows people in Brussels to check in on the social media website and let people know they are alive and well.

Our thoughts continue to be with the people of Brussels.