The Gouvernail offers housing and a supportive community to men aged 18 and older. Its services address those who want to take control of their life and improve their social and personal well-being.
The intervention team
The support of residents in their social reintegration process is provided by a multidisciplinary team.
Residents are encouraged to:
Develop positive life attitudes
Take responsibility and regain control over their situation
Integrate into the community.
Build trust with our residents by offering them the necessary support
Break the social isolation of our residents
Encourage group activities
Offer transitional accommodation
Guarantee good living conditions in a healthy and safe environment.
A furnished private room
A cafeteria and a kitchenette available
Three daily meals and an evening snack
Common bathrooms and toilets
Equipped laundry rooms, free to use
Household products and equipment available
A computer room
A lounge with a television and a library
An emergency locker
Duration of stay
The duration of the stay ranges from one (1) month to two (2) years, determined based on the expressed needs and objectives set by the resident. They are free to end it at any time.
The Salvation Army’s Booth Centre fulfills the Christian mission by assisting men aged 18 and over who are in financial distress, homeless, and at risk of homelessness. It offers services tailored to their needs related to homelessness prevention, addiction, and mental health for their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.