NERJA Council and the Government of Andalusia have extended the agreement for the treatment programme for families with minors who are at risk or have a lack of protection.
Nerja Council and the Government of Andalusia have extended the agreement for the development of the treatment programme for families with minors who are at risk or have a lack of protection. Daniel Rivas, the councillor for Social Services, and the territorial delegate of the Ministry of Equality, Social Policies and Conciliation in Málaga, María Dolores Fernández, along with mayors and other entities of the province announced on Wednesday.
A total of €172,314.70 (£149,763.60) is contributed by both administrations, with the Board financing €88,806 (£77,185.15) and the City Council contributing €83,508 (£72,589.54) – money that is designated to the Family Treatment Team of the municipality. This team includes a psychologist, a social worker and a social educator working in the Community Social Services Center of the town.
Rivas has drawn attention to the importance of the programme and strengthening the service for vulnerable families during this time of significant social and economic crises due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Nerja