Since we currently operate with a minimum amount of staff at our offices, we ask you to direct any questions to us via WhatsApp (+31 88 730 4200) or e-mail (info@sshxl.nl). We can only be reached by phone to report an urgent repair. Should you want to report such an urgent repair, you can do so by calling our general phone-number (+31 88 730 4200) and follow the appropriate options mentioned in the menu (first conveyed in Dutch, then in English). For all other questions or problems we urgently request you to reach out to us via WhatsApp or e-mail.

Update Coronavirus

In view of the recent developments concerning the corona virus, also emerged in the Netherlands now, we can imagine you have some questions. Also we would like to inform you actively.

The SSH has chosen to follow the guidelines of the RIVM, with additions from the central government "Frequently asked questions about the corona virus and education. The most up-to-date information on the coronavirus and a comprehensive overview of questions and answers is published by RIVM.

Up-to-date information on coronavirus RIVM​
Questions and answers coronavirus RIVM​
Central government: a list of frequently asked questions about the coronavirus and education

Most educational institutions also provide information to their students. In those cases, the SSH also refers to that. The SSH has nothing to add to all that information. That's why the SSH does not actively communicate with all its tenants.

Our staff are instructed to go home / stay at home in case of illness and to contact the family doctor by telephone. With this we want to prevent the risk of infection through and for our employees. The SSH remains accessible to customers and business relations through all channels. The normal activities take place as always.
If something changes in the situation, we publish it on this website.

In the event of (suspected) infection in one of our homes or complexes, the Municipal Health Service (GGD) is always leading and the SSH will follow the protocol. We will support this as much as possible and try to manage the contact with those involved and residents in consultation with the GGD as much as possible.

In the meantime, we advise everyone, in accordance with the RIVM, to wash their hands regularly and thoroughly, to cough and sneeze in the inside of the elbow and to use paper tissues for blowing the nose and to throw it away immediately. We advise anyone who gets complaints themselves to contact their GP by telephone. Anyone who is confronted with someone who has complaints is asked to give the same advice.