Exclusion: Boulogne, an original emergency reception device suspended
Through the center of Olivier de Boulogne, Cedric, 24, student and homeless, sleeping in the hotel and offers social support.
They live with a counter in the head. The number of days they have left to go to L'Olivier. Located in Boulogne-Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine), the stabilization center welcomes three years of major excluded indefinitely. But it also has a couple of emergency places in the winter device. Places for less desocialized public.
All must close on June 30, unless, in the meantime, as announced Thursday, May 31 the entourage of the Minister of Housing, Cécile Duflot, an inter arbitration decides otherwise.
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This permanent insecurity, Valerie Di Pizio responsible for L'Olivier, has learned to live with, like twenty men and single women who were referred by 115, the emergency number of the homeless, to these places to shelter that combine hotel accommodation and social support. "When this experiment was launched on 1 November 2011, he was scheduled to last until December 2012, explains Di Pizio. In February, for lack of sufficient funds, the state said that the places would be closed May 31, finally, we were given until June 30. "
Thirteen people are still living under this system. Cedric Tritz, 24, is among them. With his shirt, his sunglasses siglées e.