OFW HOTLINES: WHERE TO SEEK HELP IN CASE OF MALTREATMENT FROM EMPLOYERS

It is very important to know where to seek help when you or someone you know experienced abuse abroad. So here are the really useful hotlines to call in case you need or perhaps know someone who needs help.

1. Philippine Overseas Employment Administration(POEA)

http://www.poea.gov.ph/contact.html 
POEA Hotlines:
722-11-44 / 722-11-55
POEA E-MAIL
info@poea.gov.ph

OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
http://www.poea.gov.ph/www.poea.gov.ph 
LOCATION:
Blas F. Ople Building
Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA
Mandaluyong City

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2. OVERSEAS WORKERS WELFARE ADMINISTRATION(OWWA)

PHILIPPINE TEL. NO. :
(632) 833-6992
551-1560
(833OWWA)
632.8917601 – 24
_____________________

Globe HOTLINE 2917
Press 3 for OWWA
_____________________

TXT:
63917.898.6992
(TXT.OWWA)
_____________________

FAX:
632.5516651
_____________________

E-Mail:
opcenter7@owwa.gov.ph
owwa_opcenter@yahoo.com
opcenter@owwa.gov.ph
Website: www.owwa.gov.ph 
(AS OF MAY 19, 2014)

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3. Department of Foreign Affairs(DFA)

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
http://www.dfa.gov.ph/address-and-contact
Address:
2330 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Philippines

Telephone:
(632) 834-4000
(632) 834-3000

4. Department of Labor and Employment(DOLE)

Click the link below. It provides you with a detailed list of DOLE’s regional offices, officers, and their contact numbers.
https://www.dole.gov.ph/pages/view/22

5. National Reintegration Center for OFW(NRCO)

+ 63 2 527 6184
Ground Flr., Blas F. Ople Development Center, cor. Solana and Victoria Sts., Intramuros, Manila

Click this link for a detailed list of their regional offices, officials and contact numbers;
http://nrco.dole.gov.ph/index.php/about-us/directory

6. Office of the Vice President(OVP)

OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES

Quezon City Reception House
100 11th St., Brgy. Mariana
New Manila, Quezon City

MARIA LEONOR GERONA ROBREDO
Vice President of the Republic of the Philippines

Tel. No. : +632-534-6451
website: http://ovp.gov.ph
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email : vp@ovp.gov.ph
lenirobredo.ovp@gmail.com

7. PRAY.

Nope, it’s not an agency. But, it acts as a “hotline up there”

Prayer can be so powerful. Pray for strength, pray the person that is being abused, and yes, pray for those people who commit ABUSES on others. Pray for the migrant workers around the world and for their employers.

It CAN help.

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