Toledo (EFE) a month.
The Minister of Public Works, Nacho Hernando, reported at a press conference on this agreement adopted at the cabinet meeting on Tuesday, where he explained that this aid is aimed at providing a solution to those situations that “through the ordinary channel it is impossible to arrive on time”, since the problem is imminent and it is about preventing “there are people who spend the night without a roof”.
The aid will be granted through a direct concession to the European Network for the Fight against Poverty and Social Exclusion of Castilla-La Mancha (EAPN), made up of Third Sector entities.
This aid consists of facilitating “an immediate urgent housing solution for especially vulnerable people who are homeless or at serious risk of losing it.”
In this way, the new call for aid aimed at especially vulnerable people has novelties such as “network and coordination between the Ministry of Development with the Ministry of Social Welfare and Third Sector entities in the region.”
The aid can reach 100% of the rental cost
The aid can reach 100 percent of the rental costs, with a maximum of 600 euros.
With these aids, not only the rental aid is subsidized, but other expenses derived from housing, such as insurance, community or basic supplies, can also be included, up to a maximum of 200 euros.
The individuals and families benefiting from this aid will also have a social intervention process, carried out by the Ministry of Social Welfare and Third Sector entities so that the solution is not limited to housing, but is an intervention comprehensive in which all aspects that cause exclusion are addressed.
The main recipients of these aids are women victims of gender violence; victims of trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation or victims of sexual violence.
Also people subject to eviction from their habitual residence or affected by a judicial or extrajudicial process of foreclosure due to their status as owner, borrower, mortgagee or third party possessor, as well as people subject to eviction of rent, precarious or assignee of use for any title, due to lack of payment.
Likewise, homeless people who live outdoors, in night shelters, shelters, temporary accommodation offered by public or private institutions, and in unsafe or inadequate housing may benefit from this aid.
The recipients of the Minimum Solidarity Income or Minimum Vital Income whose economic income cannot guarantee the maintenance of a home; and other situations of special vulnerability that suppose a possible loss of the house or have difficulty in maintaining it will also be able to receive this aid.