Access to employment and housing
with PRIR 15

Access to employment and housing

with 
PRIR 15

Last update14 avr. 2021

What is it?

The PRIR 15 program is aimed at anyone who has obtained refugee status or who benefits from subsidiary protection. It is enough to have obtained this international protection in Cantal for less than a year and to live there (the letter of the OFPRA or CNDA decision being taken as proof).

The program offers comprehensive, specialized, individualized and personalized support. Thanks to public, private and institutional partners, PRIR 15 offers socio-administrative support (opening of rights) as well as access to housing and access to employment / training in the department.

Who is it for?

Action zone

Departments

15 - Cantal

Important!

Be domiciled in Cantal

Target audience
Refugees
French level
All levels
How much does it cost?
Free
Action zone

Departments

15 - Cantal

Important!

Be domiciled in Cantal

Target audience
Refugees
French level
All levels
How much does it cost?
Free

Why is it interesting?

A team of professionals working with partners and interpreters

The PRIR 15 team is made up of professionals in social support, housing and professionals in access to employment / training, specialized in supporting the refugee population and occasionally mobilizing interpreters to facilitate the understanding of procedures.

PRIR 15 brings together institutional partners, partners specializing in the care of refugees and all common law actors intervening in the fields of employment, training, accommodation and housing.

Support to housing

PRIR 15 helps refugees access their first independent accommodation:

• Support in finding accommodation: specific preparation (individual and collective) on the state of housing in France and information on the rights and duties of the tenant.

• Individualized support when settling into the new accommodation.

• Support for staying in the home.

• At the same time, other temporary solutions are sought and implemented. (Example: social residence, young housing, rental intermediation, rental, temporary housing allowance, shared accommodation, etc.)

Support for professional integration

Support towards employment: assessment, construction of a professional project, job search techniques, preparation of interviews, meetings with employers, etc.

Support towards linguistic and / or professional training: construction of the training and orientation path, training adapted to the workstation, support to engineering for the creation of specific training courses not covered by common law, etc.

Support for job retention: support for the person during the contract or training in conjunction with the employer or the training organization, for example.

Socio-administrative support

• Opening and maintenance of rights;

• Specific process related to international protection (OFPRA, OFII, Prefecture, CAF link, etc.).

How do I get involved?

Come meet us?

Our address: 18 rue Paul Doumer 15000 Aurillac

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Contact us by email or phone

For any information on PRIR support, you can write us an email at prir15@forumrefugies.org

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