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In Brussels Capital-Region, several structures can welcome homeless people. It is advised to get in touch directly or via a Social Service. Certain centres are only reserved for men, women, couples with or without children.
Map with addresses for homeless
A map of La Strada, an association for the care of homeless, contains all useful addresses for homeless people in Brussels:
- map and addresses for homeless in Brussels (edition 2011) (PDF, 1,94MB) (in Dutch and French)
- CASU (Emergency Social Centre)
Rue du Petit Rempart 5 - 1000 Brussels [plan]
Tel. 02 537 82 70 - Fax 02 534 96 64
Reception 24 hours. Immediately: 0800 99340 (this number can be used to warn about a homeless person in danger).
- Emergency Ariane reception center
Avenue du Pont de Luttre 132 - 1190 Brussels (Forest [plan]
Tel. 02 346 66 60 - Fax 02 346 52 50
1st emergency, short-term accommodation, 3 x 7 working days, before reorientation towards specialized services, for every isolated person, couples, with or without children. Reception 24 hours.
Chaussée de Charleroi 160 - 1060 Brussels [plan]
Tel. 02 538 59 09 - Fax 02 538 80 54
Women's reception with or without children - men with children - couple with or without children. Reception 24 hours.
- Pierre d'Angle
Rue Terre-Neuve 153 - 1000 Brussels [plan]
Tel. 02 513 38 01 - Fax 02 513 38 01
Website : http://pierredangle.be
Night shelter for adults. Anonymous and free, unconditional reception of every homeless person except families or children, 48 beds. Open every day from 8 pm till 8 am.
A list of all shelter houses for homeless can be found at Brussels Social.
Demand of a pass for the Car Free Sunday
A pass for the Car Free Sunday of 21 September 2014 can be delivered to persons who make the demand. Attention, this demand of dispensation must be duly motivated.