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.
La Voix de la Rue (The Voice of the Street) is broadcast on Radio Panik (105.4 FM) once a month. It discusses issues related to poverty, chosen by the editorial team, which is made up of homeless people. Listen (again) to the latest programme, La rue au féminin, about women living in the street. A reality that is maybe less visible, but not inexistant.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, on 7 March ARC is holding an afternoon of relaxation for homeless and destitute women and for women working in the welfare sector, and to hosts who wish to accompany their house guests.
Support five Brussels-based welfare associations – one of them is DoucheFLUX – by running in the Brussels 20km race on 27 May 2018. Join the BrunX team and participate to te monthly training sessions.
Survivinginbrussels.be is an online Information desk, developed in cooperation with other agencies active in the field, which will help poor people find their way through the maze of social services available in Brussels.