Promoting integration, towards independence
Personalised training and social support help to build autonomy. Coallia was set up to train and support people with few formal qualifications. Set up in the 1990s, the “Poignée de Gaz” service addresses the transport difficulties faced by people seeking to return to the workplace by providing them with a moped. This service is open to people receiving the RSA (earned income supplement) and to job seekers.
The association is planning to buy another 20 mopeds to replace those with high mileage and to modernise its existing fleet of 130 mopeds.share this project
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