Accommodation and support intended to help isolated people, families, and couples in distress to regain their personal and social autonomy.
These are integration actions through accommodation (CHRS – Accommodation and Social Reintegration Center, Social Residences, etc.) or through housing (Maison Relais, Family Offices, etc.).
These different systems welcome single people, couples or families, as part of a global integration project; they will be guided by the Cape Mountain Homeless Shelter (CMHS).
The structures of the CAPE MOUNTAIN HOMELESS SHELTER are adapted to the profiles of the problems encountered by the groups welcomed: structures for young people, the elderly, families, groups in integration, etc.
THE CAPE MOUNTAIN HOMELESS SHELTER has ???? places in its Accommodation and Social Reintegration Centers (CHRS), Social Residences, and House Relais.
HOW TO ACCESS THE FIREPLACE HOUSING SYSTEMS?
THE HOUSE OF SOCIAL WATCH
THE CAPE MOUNTAIN HOMELESS SHELTER, like other associations in the sector, has chosen to entrust all of its integration and emergency accommodation places to the Cape Town House of Social Watch, a structure which also manages the “116” system (116 is the toll-free number for the hotline in charge of responding to social emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week).
This organization which constitutes the SIAO (Integrated Reception and Orientation Service) for Cape Town, is the only one that can guarantee cohesion between the actors of Social Watch, as well as the unconditionality and equity of the reception of accommodation seekers.