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February 2021

Whether it's windy, rainy or freezing...

Joséphine has been working for six years as a nurse in the non-profit organization "Street Nurses". She tells us about her daily work.

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February 2021

From pre-follow-up to follow-up ... the selection of our patients

A lack of times and human resources makes it impossible for us to look after all homeless people at the same time. We must make a selection.

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February 2021

Finding motivation in my gifts, my talents, what I can be good at !

Each of us is gifted in some way. For some that’s obvious, for others much less so. Knowing what we are capable of and communicating it to other people gives us self-confidence and self-esteem.

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January 2021

15th anniversary of Street Nurses!

Émilie Meessen, a graduate in nursing and community health, has been working in the homelessness sector in Brussels for 2 years when she makes the following observation: despite the presence of a developed network of associations in Brussels, the number of homeless people remains considerable in the streets of the capital.

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December 2020

The role of hygiene in our methodology

A good hygiene allows the human being to maintain good health. It also allows us to gain self-confidence and to feel in harmony with the society that surrounds us. We have, indeed, more facilities to approach others if we feel clean and presentable. Our body speaks. Moreover, non-verbal communication represents 55% of our communication.

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December 2020

Six new modular habitats are born!

In the first quarter of 2021, the modules will be installed on a citydev.brussels site in Forest for a minimum of 2 years. We are very excited! This means that 6 homeless people will be able to have a roof over their heads, in a safe and sustainable way.

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December 2020

A housing sensor? What is it?

Street nurses’ ultimate goal is to rehouse all of its patients and ensure that they return to a stable situation. Access to housing is, in fact, one of the first levers for ending homelessness. It also allows thousands of men and women living on the streets to regain their dignity.

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November 2020

Post-follow-up at home

The phase of post-follow-up provided at home, known as "My Way", is the phase where we aim to improve the quality of life of people who have been stabilized in a home, and eventually to get them out of the follow-up by street nurses.

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December 2020

Follow-up on the street

The Follow-up is the second step for our patients towards stable and sustainable reintegration into housing. It consists of intensive accompaniment for the person; it is the core of our work. It starts on the street and continues until the patient is reintegrated into housing, where he or she will still benefit from the support of the professionals and volunteers of Street Nurses, on a regular but spaced basis.

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December 2020

No more moratorium, evictions are back

You who has been protected by a legitimate governmental measure imposing a moratorium on evictions given the health situation, you are about to re-join the mass of those who, on September first, will be evicted.

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December 2020

#ProtectTheUnhoused

Organisations around the world are insistent that homeless people need better protection from Covid-19.

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December 2020

My outrage at life on the pavements

On a recent visit to the metro, I was horrified to observe the outcasts of the current lockdown.

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