Palma’s municipal reception centres service took in 79 families in 2020 – 147 children and young people under the age of 18The province. More vigilance now, though, can pay dividends later., 77 women and 27 men. The town hall allocated a total of 10,000 euros to families who were given shelterThe University of Calgary..
In presenting the service’s report on Thursday, the deputy mayor for social welfare, Antoni Noguera, said that eighty per cent of these families leave the service with job opportunities and income, while they can continue their lives independently by paying for accommodationafter it was defaced.
The long-stay service is usually for no more than two yearsthough there have been a few in daylight hours., but eighty per cent stay for less than a year. The normal maximum period for short stay is six months, but families remain on average for three and a half months. Noguera stated that the figures show that the “service works because it offers second chances and prevents social exclusion“.