People in a social vulnerability situation


The group who will receive the intervention (individuals and families that are the end users of the services), will be citizens from the geographical pilot areas that are recipients of the Guaranteed Minimum Income benefit scheme.

They are members of the active population whose income level does not reach a minimum for survival-

The Guaranteed Minimum Income involves a direct commitment to work if there is an offer and, in any case, in compliance with the objectives set out in an Individualized Plan for Inclusion (active inclusion).

This common characteristic is accompanied by a wide range of variability of protective or exclusionary factors in other dimensions that affect the degree of inclusion-exclusion (personal, family, emotional, relational, training, health, housing, etc…).

The impacts expected on this population are:



  • They will have an individualized plan adapted to their potentials for improving their situation.
  • They will have continued accompaniment and monitoring by the case handler.




  • They will be able to access an integrated set of resources broader than that offered by any of the members of the Network individually.



  • Their approach to their problems will be changed: responsibility and empowerment in decision-making.
  • They will gain autonomy and, in time, they will have less dependence on social services system resources.
  • They will have the option to find common solutions with other people from the same segment from their neighbourhood.


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