Rethinking supportive housing management
Asylum Seekers Centre
June 9, 2016, "Together and United" were the hallmarks of a day dedicated to all employees of ALOTRA.
The members of the Executive Committee wished to reunite the team and strengthen the sense of belonging to a group with shared goals.READ MORE
Upon arrival and with a cup of coffee, a welcome lotto where "Who is a musician ?", "Who worked for more than 10 years at the Alotra ?", "Who has two children", allowed everyone to meet, to discover.
A different context of everyday life, more casual is also t ...
Then stories that marked the employees were told — as the resident who cried for 10 minutes when the condition of its housing, the initiation of the alarm from 9am to students clean the halls of residence after the celebration of the day, children marvel at the musical in ...
For these last ten years, ALOTRA has set an example of quick and varied evolution, serving the most deprived people or publics.
Managing about a thousand residential dwellings and nearly 300 pitches on traveller and gypsy sites, providing its skills to landlords and its expertise regarding people dealing in difficulties, ALOTRA is one of the major players in supportive housing and integration through housing in Region Provence- Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
ALOTRA mainly accommodates publics meeting with varied difficulties, a major one being most often economic : 87% people hosted within the housing stock managed by ALOTRA get incomes below the risk-of- poverty threshold.
Another mission for ALOTRA is about assistance to people on their way to residential housing which can facilitate the fulfilment of their projects. Offering the best solution of accommodation needed, whether it be with rents matching people’s own resources or be it with the support services offered, ALOTRA proves its utility in social support.
Facilitate people’s access to their own "home" and to supportive housing is ALOTRA’s core task.