Towards the end of 2011 a group of enthusiastic citizens set up DoucheFLUX to help those living in precarious circumstances, whether they are homeless or living in poor housing, documented or otherwise, wherever they come from. 10 years later, DoucheFLUX provides essential services in its fully operational day

centre, temporary accommodation for women and couples, and a wide range of activities which give self-confidence and dignity to homeless people. DoucheFLUX is also a team of staff members, volunteers and supporters with a shared belief that homelessness is not inevitable.

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DoucheFLUX recognised for its work by the Flemish government

DoucheFLUX recognised for its work by the Flemish government

A press conference was held at the DoucheFLUX day centre on Monday 5 December. Minister Benjamin Dalle, responsible for fighting poverty, chose our premises to announce the names of the new associations officially recognised by the Flemish government as "Associations Where the Poor Speak Up" (Vereniging Waar Armen Het Woord Nemen). The 58 recognised organisations in ...