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Le rayon de Soleil

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Dans la banlieue de Montreal, l'organisme un Rayon de soleil combat le manque de scolarisation des jeunes mères monoparentales.
Un appartement abordable, une garderie, un coup de pouce pour les repas, un réseau d'amis, un encadrement ferme mais bienveillant. L'organisme Rayon de soleil offre tout ça aux jeunes mères de famille monoparentale de Montréal-Nord. Construit en partenariat avec l'organisme communautaire de logement social «Bâtir son quartier», le lieu d'hébergement destinés aux mères seules de moins de 30 ans a ouvert ses portes en 2011. Le prix du loyer ne doit pas dépasser le quart du revenu mensuel des résidantes. On intègre à l'immeuble les nouveaux locaux des Fourchettes de l'espoir (organisme d'aide alimentaire pour les plus démunis) et une garderie, l'Oasis des enfants. Une seule condition, formelle, pour être admise : reprendre les études. 43% des familles sont monoparentales à Montréal-Nord (33% pour l'île de Montréal), et dans le secteur Nord-Est, où est installé Rayon de soleil, ce taux monte à 54%... Par ailleurs, le quart de la population ne possède aucun diplôme, le taux de chômage y est le plus haut de l'île et le tiers de la population y vit sous le seuil du faible revenu.
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In a Montreal suburb, organization the Ray of sun offers support for single mothers willing to go back to school.
An affordable apartment, a day-care, help for healthy meals, a network of friends, a firm and yet caring supervision. The Ray of sun is all that for young single mothers in Montreal-North. The shelter for single mother younger than 30 opened its doors in 2011 with the help of community organization «Building neighborhoods». Rent is kept at the quarter of the resident's monthly income. The building comprises food aid organization «hope forks» as well as day-care «the children's oasis». The only condition to be allowed to stay here : start studying again. in Montreal-North, 43% of the families are single parented (33% for the Montreal island), in the area where the Ray of sun was built, it's 54%. Quarter of the population doesn't own a diploma, the unemployment rate is the highest on the island and one third of the population lives under the low income line.
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In a Montreal suburb, organization the Ray of sun offers support for single mothers willing to go back to school.
An affordable apartment, a day-care, help for healthy meals, a network of friends, a firm and yet caring supervision. The Ray of sun is all that for young single mothers in Montreal-North. The shelter for single mother younger than 30 opened its doors in 2011 with the help of community organization «Building neighborhoods». Rent is kept at the quarter of the resident's monthly income. The building comprises food aid organization «hope forks» as well as day-care «the children's oasis». The only condition to be allowed to stay here : start studying again. in Montreal-North, 43% of the families are single parented (33% for the Montreal island), in the area where the Ray of sun was built, it's 54%. Quarter of the population doesn't own a diploma, the unemployment rate is the highest on the island and one third of the population lives under the low income line.
Full story on demand val@focuszero.com