DoucheFLUX provides 20 shower cabins. The shower service includes set with a towel, washcloth, personal care products, toothbrush, comb, razor, feminine hygiene products…
The laundry service is a natural complement of the shower service and includes washing, drying and a set of clothes for those who have no extra clothing.
DoucheFLUX provides 230 lockers in three different sizes where one can keep their personal items. They can be rented on a weekly basis.
The social worker at DoucheFLUX provides individual support with medical, administrative, legal, addiction-related, or psychological issues to people in precarious circumstances.
DoucheFLUX’s healthcare services include a nurse-led clinic, physiotherapy, an optician and foot care. Partnerships with health centers also ensure that people in precarious circumstances can have free access to more extensive medical care.
In collaboration with the Flemish refugee charity Vluchtelingenwerk Vlaanderen, a weekly legal advice service is available at DoucheFLUX. It is open to all people without a Belgian residency permit.
– Temporarily suspended – Wellness services include manicure, pedicure, face care, hairdresser, and massage.
The foyer of DoucheFLUX is equipped with WiFi so that we can offer free internet access. This is also where we have our Cyber Café, complete with three computers.
A tear in a jacket? A broken zip? A hem that has come undone? Once a week, we organise a Sewing Repair Café in the DouchFLUX foyer, with all the materials and equipement needed to repair clothing.
The public letter-writer helps to write letters of various kinds (administrative or otherwise) in French or in English. The letter-writer also explains the contents of any documents written in French or English.
DoucheFLUX Scoops are one-off events of interest to destitute people: services, activities, meetings, events, conferences, presentations of useful information…
Street & Read is a mobile bike library that visits homeless in the street on Friday. It stops at Central Station and Midi/Zuid Station.
Outreach involves going out onto the streets to meet homeless people, keeping in touch with them, supporting and advising them, providing personal hygiene kits, encouraging them and suggesting steps to take and possible activities for them.
“Between the outside and the inside”, the Outreach Stop is a new project located in Le Tripostal (Midi/Zuid Station), driven by DoucheFLUX and in collaboration with other organisations. Outreach teams can stop there discreetly with the people they meet on the street.
Survivinginbrussels.be is a website and an app in several languages that helps destitute people – as well as social workers and citizens – find the information they need intuitively in a few clicks.