Maison du Père offers 52 accommodation units to men aged 25 and over, in a situation of homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless, who wish to join its internal social reintegration program (dormitory, private rooms and studios).

During their stay, all of their basic needs are met so that they can focus on the steps they want to take.


It is mandatory to use the Trust service, and to make a budget.


" Thanks to the work we have done together, these men have gone further than they first thought they could. [...] As for me, it made me see that there are not so many differences between us."



Psycosocial worker

Social Reintegration


" I wasn’t born on the street. I grew up in a traditional family. My parents had good jobs.

I always had what I needed. "






Main objectives: reduction in consumption, psychological recovery, return to work

Average age:
51 years old

81,5 % of participants have achieved
their goals or 
will achieve them soon.

69.5% of organized departures: in private or social housing, with family, etc.

How it works

The program can be spread out over a period of 3 to 18 months to allow each participant to regain, at their own pace, the autonomy necessary to return to the community permanently.

The approach is personalized. Each participant sets the skills they must acquire and the issues they must solve to regain control of their life: addictions, employability, mental health, physical health, legal proceedings, education, debt, etc.

An intervention team supports them in their efforts by directing them to partners whose services are adapted to the needs and reality of the participants, in various spheres of activity.

During their stay, participants have to respect curfews as well as a charter of rights and responsibilities. The costs related to this program are set according to income.

The accommodation offered for social reintegration programs is one of transition and support in the procedings. The ultimate goal for each participant must remain that of relocating back to the community, with or without psychosocial support.

Because every street should have an exit…