launch of a web-series on social housing


On September 14, the Support Network for Single and Homeless People of Montreal (RAPSIM) celebrated the broadcast of its new documentary web-series The walls that inhabit us.

In relation to the precariousness of housing in Montreal, the web-series highlights the different types of social housing in which people in very precarious situations can live. The aim is to raise awareness of the importance of the development of these dwellings.

The development of social and community housing is a solution […] to help people avoid and get out of the streets. […] We must also provide the tools to maintain housing and this involves, among other things, accompaniment and community support.

Catherine Marcoux, community organizer at RAPSIM, by press release

Every Thursday, find the documentary capsules produced by Valentin Proult on the RAPSIM Facebook page. The first episode is already available and focuses on a resident of the house that houses the new alcohol management program of Quebec Native Projects.

Siméonie, member of the Quebec Native Projects organization – PAQ – Episode 1

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