Administrative procedures and services
Health / Social / Housing
Health / Social / Housing


The aim of this guide is to accompany potential promoters of childcare facilities from 0 to 6 years in the development of their project. It helps to raise the awareness of project leaders about the need to provide families with quality early childhood care facilities, to ensure the safety and compliance of reception conditions in compliance with the regulations.

The project leader and / or the project manager, will have to get in touch with the Territorial Council and the Caisse d'Allocations Familiales de Guadeloupe.

Guide-to-the-opening-of-a-structure-of-home-of-a-0 6-year-01-10--2015.pdf


Definition
This help is given to families in difficulty to dress in dignity.

Nature of aid
This aid is awarded in the form of a voucher.

beneficiaries
This assistance is intended for people who are temporarily deprived of resources.

Legislative and regulatory framework

- The Code of Social Action and Families
- Organic Law No. 2007-223 of 21 February 2007 introducing statutory and institutional provisions relating to the overseas.
- The deliberation of the territorial council of Saint-Martin of 31 October 2008.

Condition for obtaining aid
For any application, a single application file must be developed with a social worker.
The application must be completed and signed by the applicant and all supporting documents provided.


Aid may not be granted to a person who does not meet the legal requirements for residence on French territory.
The aid is provided once the legal provisions have been exhausted.
The assessment of resources is assessed on the basis of the income received by the family as well as the total expenditure and composition of the household.

Useful information
SOLIDARITY AND FAMILIES

Social Inclusion
Social Work Service
Street of the hotel of the Collectivity
BP 374
97150 SAINT-MARTIN
0590 291 -310-


Definition
This assistance is allocated to pay a portion of the funeral expenses of a deceased person residing in Saint-Martin.

Nature of aid
This aid is paid in the form of a partial payment of the invoice directly to the funeral home.
For all applications, co-financing is sought and food aid is sought.

beneficiaries
This aid is intended for persons who can prove that it is impossible for the heirs to pay the full cost of the funeral.

Legislative and regulatory framework

- The Code of Social Action and Families
- Organic Law No. 2007-223 of 21 February 2007 introducing statutory and institutional provisions relating to the overseas.
- The deliberation of the territorial council of Saint-Martin of 31 October 2008.

Condition for obtaining aid
For any application, a single application file must be developed with a social worker.
The application must be completed and signed by the applicant and all supporting documents provided.
Aid may not be granted to a person who does not meet the legal requirements for residence on French territory.
The aid is provided once the legal provisions have been exhausted.
The assessment of resources is assessed on the basis of the income received by the family as well as the total expenditure and composition of the household.

Useful information
SOLIDARITY AND FAMILIES

Social Inclusion
Social Work Service
Street of the hotel of the Collectivity
BP 374
97150 SAINT-MARTIN
0590 291 -310-


Definition
This assistance is provided to people who do not have access to resources or who are waiting for rights.

Nature of aid
Assistance is allocated quarterly to individuals.

beneficiaries
This aid is intended for those who are temporarily deprived of resources:
- breakdown of income
- awaiting entitlement to a benefit.

Legislative and regulatory framework
- The Code of Social Action and Families
- Organic Law No. 2007-223 of 21 February 2007 introducing statutory and institutional provisions relating to the overseas.
- The deliberation of the territorial council of Saint-Martin of 31 October 2008.

Condition for obtaining aid
For any application, a single application file must be developed with a social worker.
The application must be completed and signed by the applicant and all supporting documents provided.
Aid may not be granted to a person who does not meet the legal requirements for residence on French territory.
The aid is provided once the legal provisions have been exhausted.
The assessment of resources is assessed on the basis of the income received by the family as well as the total expenditure and composition of the household.

Useful information
SOLIDARITY AND FAMILIES

Social Inclusion
Social Work Service
Street of the hotel of the Collectivity
BP 374
97150 SAINT-MARTIN
0590 291 -310-


Special Issue Information Cell


Fort Louis Road (next to the CMP)
Marigot - 97150 Saint-Martin
Such. 0590 29-54-93 - Fax. 0590 29-54-94

Physical and telephone reception:
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 8h to 16h
Wednesday and Friday from 8h to 13h30


The CRIP team:
Head of Service
Special education teacher
Social work assistant
Administrative Assistant


Who can contact the CRIP:

Anyone aware of a worrying situation concerning a minor may transmit this information by telephone, by mail or directly to the CRIP.
All professionals having knowledge of a worrying situation concerning a minor must send us a written.
The CRIP is also a place of advice and assistance.


What is CRIP?
The Saint-Martin CRIP was set up in January 2012.
The law of 5 March 2007 reforming the Protection of the Childhood, requires the creation in each department of a cell of collection, treatment and evaluation of the information of concern.


What is information of concern?
Any information likely to suggest that a child is in a dangerous or hazardous situation.
The Civil Code in Article 375 defines danger as "if the health, safety or morals of the minor ... are at risk, or if the conditions of his education, physical, emotional, intellectual and social development are seriously compromised. "



Why transmit to the CRIP?
It is above all a legal obligation of the law of 5 March 2007 reforming the protection of the childhood.


The role of the CRIP is to centralize the collection of information of concern, which allows:
- to ensure the convergence of information of concern in a single place,
- ensure that all information of concern is taken into account,
- ensure the processing and evaluation of information of concern


When to report to the judicial authority?
In cases of extreme seriousness, that is to say, facts likely to constitute a criminal offense (eg sexual assaults, physical abuses, etc.).
You must imperatively appeal to the Public Prosecutor's Office by sending a report to the Public Prosecutor of the Republic without delay.
The copy of this report must be sent to the CRIP.









Brochure: Information Collection Unit
UNIT for the REPORTING of ALARMING INFORMATION of SAINT-MARTIN


Early childhood


List of Youth hostels in Saint Martin

DAFY SWING : Crèche of 30 places
15 impasse Maccow Approval
0590 87 58 97

1 2 3 SOLEIL: Crèche of 40 places
17 Street Joseph Richardson Concordia
0590 87 07 10

The 3 OURSONS: Crèche of 60 places
44 The Tops of Concordia
0590 51 06 51

MANDARIN: 50 children's playground
23 hamlet of Rambaud
0590 29 41 49

The OILS: 60 children's playground
67 Mount Vernon I
0590 87 47 82

The SMALL DOLPHINS: Micro creche of 10 places
4 rue Antoine Lake Concordia
0690 88 98 99

List des Etablissements-of-Home-for-Children-Youth-Chartered-a-Holy Martin.pdf


To enable us to build your child's file,

Please introduce the .....................................

With:
- child / baby



The birth certificate (The original)


Photocopy of social security card or certificate of the vital or CMU or AME with registration of the child


Addressing Certificate


Photocopy of the parents' identity document (family passport, passport, identity card)




Reminder: Documents to obtain the certificate of address to the Sustainable Development Department, Former Hospital Route de la Préfecture Tel .: 0590.52.27.30



House lease or Contract (valid)


The 9 latest invoices of Water, EDF and the 9 Rent Receipts, Taxation Notice


Residence permit or valid identity card



Protection-kindergarten-Dosiser-list-piece-provide-for-your-enfant.pdf




Housing


Legal basis
The missions and the operation are defined in article L.366-1 of the code of the construction and the habitat.

What is ADIL?
The Departmental Housing Information Agency (ADIL) is an association of the 1901 law. It is a housing information center approved by the Ministry of Housing.

Who consults?
The tenants,
The landlords,
Homeowners,
The occupants free of charge,
Social workers,
Associations ,
Housing professionals.

How?
Mainly, in customized interview, 1 times a month.
At the Pôle Solidarité et Familles,
In the homes of Solidarity and Families,
On the premises of the neighborhood councils.
By phone
Monday to Friday: 7h30-9h00
Phone: 05.90.89.43.63
By internet: www.adil971.org
Interviews are conducted by a legal advisor.
Why?
ADIL offers comprehensive, neutral and free information on all legal, financial and tax issues related to housing.

In the legal field, ADIL reports on:
- The rights and obligations of tenants and owners (unpaid, eviction, security deposit, etc.)
- Urban planning (regulation and procedure to follow ...)
- Regulation on the quality of the habitat (decency, insalubrity, termites ...)
- Co-ownership (rules of majority, works, union council ...).

In the field of taxation, the Board shall in particular:
- taxation: local taxes, tax advantages, tax exemption.

In the area of ​​financing homeownership, ADIL provides comprehensive information on:
- Loans, housing assistance.

In the area of ​​habitat improvement funding, ADIL provides information on:
- Loans, grants and subsidies.
In addition, the legal advisor carries out financial simulations for users wishing to know about the loans, the aid and the financing they could benefit given their situation.

Useful information
SOLIDARITY AND FAMILIES
Social Inclusion - Social Action Service
Street of the hotel of the Collectivity - BP 374
97150 SAINT-MARTIN
0590 291 -310-


Definition
This assistance consists of emergency accommodation in a hotel or temporary accommodation.
Condition for obtaining aid
This subsidiary aid consists of the accommodation of one or more nights in temporary accommodation on the proposal of the social team which assesses the situation.

beneficiaries
This assistance is intended for vulnerable persons or victims of domestic violence, families with children and couples with or without children.
The person must be deprived of his resources, without solution of housing and without alternative solution at the moment of the request. It must be an acute and occasional situation

Legislative and regulatory framework
- The Code of Social Action and Families
- Organic Law No. 2007-223 of 21 February 2007 introducing statutory and institutional provisions relating to the overseas.


Useful information
SOLIDARITY AND FAMILIES
Social Inclusion

Service Habitat - Housing
Street of the hotel of the Collectivity
BP 374
97150 SAINT-MARTIN
0590 291 -310-


Definition
This aid responds to a strong need for the reinstatement, security and sanitation of the housing of people in precarious situations.

Condition for obtaining aid
- The age of the accommodation: 15 years
- The conditions of occupation: the aid is intended for the owner-occupiers or beneficiaries (undivided, usufructuary)
- Resource conditions: meet the ceiling requirements.

Legislative and regulatory framework

- The Code of Social Action and Families
- The Code of Building and Town Planning
- Organic Law No. 2007-223 of 21 February 2007 introducing statutory and institutional provisions relating to the overseas.
- The deliberation of the territorial council of Saint-Martin of 31 October 2008.

Eligible works
1 - Connection to networks: □ electricity □ portable water □ wastewater
2 - Sanitary equipment Installation: □ of a sink □ of a washbasin □ of a shower □ of an inside WC □ of a bath-tub - Arrangement: □ of a bathroom
3 - Electrical installation: Rehabilitation of the electrical installation
4 - Roofing and Framing: □ Roof replacement work □ Replacement and reinforcement work □ Creation or repair of false ceiling
5 - Masonry and facades: □ Opening for bay or door □ Masonry work □ Strengthening stability, solidity of walls and floors
6 - Carpentry expansion or layout: □ Replacement of exterior joinery □ Partitions for distribution and separation of the dwelling □ Establishment creation or rehabilitation
7 - Accessibility or adaptation of housing to persons with disabilities or reduced mobility:
- Widening access to housing
- Construction of a ramp
- Removal of steps
- Modification or removal of wall (s), partition (s)
- Modification of the fitting and equipment of the tap water parts
- Installation of handrails, grab bar.

Useful information
SOLIDARITY AND FAMILIES


Social Inclusion - Habitat Service - Housing
6 rue Léopold Mingau
97150 SAINT-MARTIN
0590 291 -310-

Micro credit


Definition
Personal microcredit is granted to persons who are generally excluded from the traditional banking system due to their low incomes or the fragility of their professional situation. It generally has as object the acquisition of good or service to improve the situation of the borrower through a personal project.

beneficiaries
The micro-personal credit is aimed at people excluded from the economic and financial system and who could return to it thanks to the credit:
- Unemployed persons, beneficiaries of the RSA, precarious workers, persons in the process of being excluded;
- Students, apprentices, young workers;
- Accidents of life: persons who have suffered a sudden drop in income due for example to a divorce, illness, disability or unemployment.

Legislative and regulatory framework
- Organic Law No. 2007-223 of 21 February 2007 introducing statutory and institutional provisions relating to the overseas.
- law of the 1er July 2010 reforming the consumer credit and defining the Microcredit Personnel.
- The deliberation of the Executive Council of Saint-Martin of 1 December 2015.

Amounts of loans granted
The loan can range from 300 € to 3 000 € over a period of 6 months to 36 months maximum.
The interest rate of the loan is in line with that of the market (currently 4%).

Condition for obtaining aid
For any application, a single application file must be developed with a social worker.
The application must be completed and signed by the applicant and all supporting documents provided.
Aid may not be granted to a person who does not meet the legal requirements for residence on French territory.
The assessment of resources is assessed on the basis of the income received by the family as well as the total expenditure and composition of the household.

Useful information
SOLIDARITY AND FAMILIES

Social Inclusion
Social Work Service
Street of the hotel of the Collectivity
BP 374 - 97150 SAINT-MARTIN
0590 291 -310-


RSA


Active Solidarity Income (RSA) was created by the law of 01er December 2008.
An active solidarity income shall be established to ensure that its beneficiaries have adequate means of subsistence in order to combat poverty, encourage the exercise or return to a professional activity and assist in social integration Of beneficiaries.
Active solidarity income replaces the minimum income for integration, the single parent allowance and the various incentive mechanisms for the resumption of activity.

It entered into application the 1er January 2011 in the overseas departments and communities. It lays down the principle of the rights and duties of recipients by organizing new methods of guidance and un referent Social and occupational integration.

The referent develops the integration path of RSA beneficiaries through personalized social and / or socio-professional support.
It is based on the offer of integration of the territory.
It develops privileged relations with all the structures of insertion of its field of intervention.
It is also responsible for the Contract of reciprocal engagement (RECs), Its implementation and its evaluation.

Related processes



    The multidisciplinary team-RSA



This body shall be consulted prior to the decisions to redirect towards the organizations for social or occupational integration and reduction or suspension under Article L. 262-37 of the active solidarity income affecting the beneficiary.

The involvement and effective participation of the beneficiaries, thus making them involved in the definition, conduct and evaluation of integration policies, establishes the principle of the presence of beneficiary representatives in multidisciplinary teams, Examination of individual files.

It is governed by an internal by-law and supplemented by a code of ethics.
The missions of the multidisciplinary team are as follows:



It shall issue an opinion in the event of a reorientation. (Art L 262-39 - art L 262-31CASF)


It shall be seized if the RSA is reduced or suspended; It must give an opinion on the amount, the rate and the duration.


It shall issue an opinion on the administrative fines and the amount thereof. (Art L 262-52 CASF)


It gives an opinion in the event of a repeated misrepresentation, a deliberate omission of declaration or concealed work which led to the payment of the RSA for an undue amount of more than twice the monthly social security ceiling; Or in the case of recidivism before removal for a maximum duration of one year from the payment of the RSA. (Art L 262-53 CASF)


It is seized when the beneficiary has not appeared at the interviews following the sending of two convocations;





    Partnership Group Meetings



The meetings of collective and partnership information, allow us to present the device and to implement the orientation of the beneficiaries:



The Income of Active Solidarity,


The orientation device - the types of path and the orientation criteria -


The accompanying arrangements - The rights and duties, the obligation to contractualize a personalized project for access to employment EALP Or Reciprocal commitment agreement,


The multidisciplinary team-Rsa,


Personalized Return to Work Help


The insertion offer





    Personalized back-to-work assistance - APRE



APRE is an aid granted to beneficiaries of Active Solidarity Income (SAR), subject to the job search requirement, in order to enable them to bear all or part of the costs they have to face when they Start or resume An activity or vocational training.
It is an aid scheme financed by the State, via the National Fund for Active Solidarities.
The expenditure likely to give rise to the aid is expenditure:



Transportation (for example, taking charge of public transport tickets or fuel costs, help with obtaining a driving license, help with the purchase of a vehicle, etc.),


Clothing (aid for the purchase of clothing or footwear suitable for use),


Housing (eg moving aid),


Childcare (care of childcare expenses),


Obtaining a diploma, a license, certification or authorization.



The operational implementation of personalized back-to-work assistance is carried out with the sustained involvement of institutional partners.
Management of the envelope is made by the Collectivity in partnership with the CAF and the Pôle emploi.

The territorial-RSA partners:

The Collectivité is the leader of the integration policy in close partnership with the State services, the Caisse d'allocations familiales and the Pôle Emploi.

Synthesis-of-device-RSA.pdf


The demand
The opening of an RSA right begins with the filing of an application CAF , Which proceeds to examine the application.
Following an interview, the CAF Determines the amount of the right to the RSA and proceed to the opening of the right.
You can calculate your RSA entitlement on CAF website (Eligibility Test)

The orientation
The beneficiaries of the basic RSA are oriented, depending on their Pôle emploi , CAF Or to the services of the Community in order to determine the modalities of their integration path.

The Pôle emploi:
The development of a personalized project for access to employment, monitoring is carried out by a referent Pôle emploi

The CAF:
The development of a contract of reciprocal commitment "social support", the follow-up is carried out by a CAF referent.


The community:
The elaboration of a contract of reciprocal commitment "socio-professional accompaniment".
- The contract of reciprocal commitment formalizes a commitment between the sole referent acting for the President The Collectivity, and the beneficiary RSA.

Goal : Give the person the means to regain financial self-sufficiency as a matter of priority through employment or the creation of an independent activity and, if necessary, to solve social difficulties.

accompanying
The sole referent mobilizes, within the framework of the contract, all the means of the insertion mechanism of the Collectivity.
The Collective accompanies RSA beneficiaries under their reciprocal contract of engagement.
These accompaniments are carried out according to the situation of the person. They aim to solve social problems, health problems (social integration path), or socio-professional integration. They take the form of individual interviews and group workshops.

The insertion pathways

The Collectivity is developing an offer to integrate to better respond to the difficulties encountered by beneficiaries on the path to integration.
Three types of course are proposed depending on the situation of the person:

- a career path
- a socio-professional integration pathway.
- a path of social integration

Within each of the courses, several complementary actions are available to offer the beneficiaries the best conditions to leave the system.
The journey and the accompanying body are determined within the framework of the evaluation with the sole referrer.

Social integration pathways
Under their reciprocal contract of employment and depending on their situation, the beneficiaries of the RSA can be referred by their sole referrer to an approved organization in order to benefit from assistance to help them solve problems related to their Social status or health status.

Socioprofessional integration pathway
The beneficiaries of the RSA oriented towards a socio-professional path are people who are not immediately available to work because of social difficulties, but which are not blocking for their integration and which enable them to take steps to find a job.

These are people:

- less autonomous in their approach than in their professional career;
- encountering linguistic difficulties in French;
- encountering difficulties in reading and writing in French and / or in their native language;
- seeking a position for which they do not have the necessary qualifications or experience;
- looking for a position in a weak sector.

The objective of the socio-professional course is to achieve a short-term career path.

Career path
Jobseekers immediately available for employment are required to participate in the definition and updating of their Personalized Access to Employment Project, to perform positive and repeated job search To take advantage of reasonable job offers

Different career paths can be set up with the aim of returning to employment.

It may be an accompaniment to employment carried out by the Pôle Emploi or a body agreed by the Collectivité, a journey within the framework of Integration by economic activity, An accompaniment towards the Creation of activity, A direct return to work accompanied by a Single Contract of Insertion (CUI).

Sheet-course-and-types-of-parcours.pdf



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