Support at the heart of homeless reintegration

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Toit à Moi is dedicated to helping homeless people get off the streets for good. At its core is the conviction that housing alone is not a satisfactory solution, and that support is essential.
died on the streets in 2023
330 000
are homeless
is the average life expectancy of a homeless person


Toit à Moi was born in Nantes in 2007 out of the desire to help homeless people get off the streets for good, thanks to a citizen movement and the commitment of companies. Toit à Moi's "Logement Tremplin" initiative is based on three inseparable components:
  • individual, dignified housing, a prerequisite for any reintegration;
  • personalized, comprehensive social accompaniment to support people in their daily lives, help them with their formalities and build a new life project with them;
  • a network of committed volunteers to forge links and break isolation.
Toit à Moi has two main objectives: 
  • To provide shelter in dignified conditions, with no time constraints. Housing is a springboard, providing a sense of security for better support. 
  • Allowing people to rebuild their lives: helping them to build a meaningful life project and guiding them towards autonomy (sustainable housing, synchronized care, administrative support, reintegration through work, social ties, well-being, leisure activities, etc.). 
Toit à Moi welcomes men and women of all nationalities, adults on their own or accompanied by their children. They can be people in emergency accommodation (social hostels, hostels, etc.), people at the end of their entitlement in CHRS-type social accommodation (accommodation and social reintegration centers), etc. The criteria taken into account are: 
  • referral to Toit à Moi by a social emergency structure (Samu social, other associations, etc.); 
  • the ability to justify a sufficient degree of autonomy to integrate individual housing; 
  • the willingness to adhere to an individual reintegration project.

Many "welcomes" 🏡 And it's all thanks to you!
Many "welcomes" 🏡 And it's all thanks to you!
New people, both singles and families, were able to be welcomed into Toit à Moi springboard housing at the start of the year. They will now be able to take the time to build the life they deserve.

For example, we present François (pictured, already well surrounded), who joined Toit à Moi after some very difficult years. In recent months he had been homeless, sleeping at Roissy airport and in a day care center in Meaux. After thirty years as a specialized educator serving children with disabilities, he "submitted to a tumble" that led him to the street. He's happy to be in La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, a small town he really likes. He has a son to whom he is very close, and his new life will help him to have a more regular relationship with him.

There's also Lucas, 19, leaving a welfare structure in Seine-et-Marne.A., also in Seine-et-Marne. Mustafa, 34, Sudanese refugee. Grégoryin Ariège, in his forties, who needs to "find his port". Charlène and her 4-year-old son in Triel-sur-Seine, ... 

The suitcases are packed, new lives can begin! 

Thank you for your invaluable support.

The money will be used for

  • Help with access to healthcare (consultations, equipment, access to treatment...)
  • Help with training (registration fees, supplies...)
  • Help with leisure (culture, sport, individual or group outings to work on social bonding...)
  • Help with access to professional support (private tuition, coaching, job-search support/resume writing...)
  • Help with setting up group workshops (learning to cook, budgeting...)
  • Help with making important events a reality (birthday, Christmas, birth...)

30 € = 1 day of support for 1 person

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Why we love it?

Toit à Moi complements existing solutions that are unfortunately insufficient to provide a satisfactory response to all homeless people: as long as people continue to sleep rough, initiatives such as Toit à Moi will remain indispensable!

My name is Logan, "a guy from the streets". Today I've got my life back and my son back. My story is proof that there is always hope.
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Toit à Moi is a certified association meeting these six criteria:
Financial stability
Systemic impact
Sustainable development goals
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