DoucheFLUX wants to combat the exclusion of those living in precarious circumstances, whether they are homeless or living in poor housing, documented or otherwise, wherever they come from. At the heart of its mission is the human being and his dignity. DoucheFLUX offers basic yet essential services, organises
What we do
DoucheFLUX has an adapted time schedule which becomes effective on 15 November 2020. The new flyer can be downloaded in pdf and is available in paper on demand.
Click to see the flyer and the adapted time schedule.
Due to the corona pandemic the DoucheFLUX activities’ agenda has to be modified permanently. To help you out we give you an up to date overview with the most essential information on our ongoing activities in just one page.
Homeless people are already particularly vulnerable to the risks associated with Covid-19. Recent government measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 risk further excluding this group of people…
Accommodation during covid-19
Since April 2020, and in response to the coronavirus pandemic, DoucheFLUX has expanded its activities to include temporary accommodation. This is an original project, rich in experiences and one that certainly opens up new possibilities. Around fifteen people, mostly women, are housed in accommodation such as hostels or hotels, and benefit from social assistance and a series of cultural, sporting, well-being and entertainment activities, as well as quality meals.
Platforms of regional relevance
Since July 2017, Droit à un toit/Recht op een dak ('Right to a roof'), a movement started by those involved in the fight against poverty in Brussels, has been mobilising all those who are determined to put an end to homelessness in the Brussels Region to take part in specific actions.