DoucheFLUX offers a wide range of services at its day centre.

After taking a shower, visitors have the possibility to wash their clothes or get new clothes. At certain times, there are also consultations with a social psychologist or a nurse, wellness services such as manicure, pedicure, face care, haircut or massage. Feminine hygiene kits (provided by BruZelle) are available for women.

Lockers of various sizes are available in the entrance area at DoucheFLUX day centre. It’s also somewhere to have a cup of coffee or tea, use computers and the Internet, or recharge a smartphone.

Those without a residence permit can consult a lawyer, and a public letter-writer is available by appointment. Once a month there is a Sewing Café which offers help with mending clothes.

DoucheFLUX Scoop (previously called Round) is back with a series of meetings, activities and one-off useful services.

DoucheFLUX is also active beyond the walls of its day centre, meeting people who live on the street during its outreach work around Brussels South and Central stations, and with its mobile library, Street & Read.


Want to take a look inside DoucheFLUX and see how one of our volunteers looks after part of our services? Take a look at the BRUZZ coverage from Brussel Helpt 2019: