The new building (650m2) which harbours the day-care centre offers showers, a launderette, lockers, basic health care and psychosocial support, wellness services... DoucheFLUX seeks to restore people's energy, dignity and self-esteem, so that they can start rebuilding their own future, by escaping homelessness or avoiding a return to it.
Co-written by the destitute, DoucheFLUX Magazine seeks to raise public awareness about poverty. Discover our latest summer edition, or better, buy your own copy for only 2€ from one of the numerous vendors in Brussels!
For men and for women. From Tuesday to Friday, from 8:30 till 12:00, and on Saturdays, from 11:30 till 14:30.
On 17 June 2017, DoucheFLUX is holding a flea market in and around its splendidly renovated building, spilling out joyfully onto the rue des Vétérinaires/Veeartsenstraat., followed by a concert and after-party!
The real social emergency: a “Convention on the fight against destitution and homelessness in Brussels”