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February 2021

My friend lost the key to his apartment!

When we arrived at Madame I.'s apartment, we found Mr. T. asleep on his doorstep. We woke him up slowly, and he told us that he’d spent the night there.

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February 2021

How did those people end up homeless?

Talking about my job helping people experiencing ‘homelessness’ prompts many responses.

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February 2021

Somewhere quiet, free from annoying neighbours

Mr. N.* is middle-aged. He is at an age where one laughs at one’s past life and starts to dread the inevitability of the future. Mr N. talks about the looming ‘deadline’, but with humour, and with a sardonic smile at the one certain thing that awaits us all.

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December 2020

Source of motivation

Mr V.* is a patient we have been following for several years, first in the street, then in housing. He is a very charming gentleman, with his heart on his hand.

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December 2020

Mr G.

Mr. G.*, he is a patient who touches me very much. He reminds me a little of my grandfather, among other things because he is elderly.

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December 2020

I could tell you...

Today, I would like to tell you a part of Mr. J*’s story. So much could be said. I could tell you what a complex and confusing man he is. Exhausting at times.

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December 2020

Mrs. V. has an apartment!

Today, Mrs. V.* has moved into an apartment!

Quite an adventure! After two failed attempts, here we are.

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December 2020

A quick word to Mr. B.

Mr B.*....

We have known you since 2006, but you still amaze us, despite all the hardships that life asks you to overcome.

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December 2020

Mr S and his (future) four-legged friend

A few years ago, when Mr S* still lived on the streets, his beloved dog Max was stolen. This was really a hard blow for him.

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December 2020

Mr L, nice but annoying

Mr L* has lived in an accommodation for a few years.

I know him very well because I was his first contact point for more than a year.

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