What is the goal of the investment?

 The investment aims to create a synergy between social services and healthcare to protect the elderly, vulnerable children and disadvantaged families. The ultimate goal is to prevent vulnerable conditions within family units, ensure the autonomy of elderly individuals, boost social and home-care services, and offer social workers tools to prevent burnout, a syndrome caused by chronic stress in the workplace. 

Total investment cost 500,1 million
  • Youth
  • Reduction of the citizenship gap
Additional details

In order to support the most vulnerable individuals, the measure seeks to support parental ability and prevent family and child vulnerability, support the autonomous life and de-institutionalisation of the elderly, strengthen home-based social services, to ensure early, assisted discharge and prevent hospitalisation, while strengthening social services and preventing burnout among social workers.  Upon completing the project, the intent is to improve the functionality of at least 85% of social districts in at least one out of four intervention areas.

What are the benefits?

Improved synergy between social services and healthcare through:
  • Prevention of family distress situations
  • Protection of minors and youths
  • Home-based assistance for the elderly, including non-autonomous individuals
  • Support for social workers

Key steps and expected expenditure

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