Community Housing for Quebec Seniors and Elderly

08.3.2020

Project

Community Housing for Quebec Seniors and Elderly

Parent organization

The Association des groupes de ressources techniques du Québec (AGRTQ)

Grant stream

Sectoral Impact Projects -Sector Transformation Fund

Territory

Québec

Amount

150 000 $ on 12 months
Summary

The Centre’s contribution is essential to launch the project. lt will allow this social economy enterprise to develop its organizational capacity and consolidate its tools (financial, legal, communicational) and partnerships. The main goal is to build 10 650 housing units over the next 20 years distributed among 88 housing developments. This will increase available community housing stock for Quebec seniors and develop a community housing network for seniors, adapted to their changing needs of seniors and elderly people with median and low income.

Partners  

Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux pour les soins de santé et CISSS – Soins de santé à domicile – Assument les coûts – Conseils et expertise en santé 

Réseau des entreprises d’économie sociale en aide à domicile du Québec – Aide à domicile dans les maisons pour aînés – participation au conseil d’administration – lien avec la communauté 

Domus pour les technologies de soutien – Maintien à domicile favorisé par une assistance automatisée – Participation à l’expérimentation de premiers projets pilote 

Les groupes de ressources techniques – Antennes pour HCAQ sur les opportunités locales – Mobilisent la communauté locale – Réalisent les bâtiments 

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