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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Homelessness

Date outcomes contract signed: Apr 2020

Start date of service provision: Jan 2018

Capital raised (minimum): EUR 2.30m (USD 2.71m)

Service users: 200 individuals


The intervention aims to spport very-low-income families living in precarious situations to reahabilitate their house. The intervention program consists in supporting families to find relevant subsidies, to apply for them, and to oversee the works. The provider relies on a big network of volunteer for the charity Secours Catholique. Through the SIB partnership, the provider strengthens its relationship with the public agency ANAH, which mission is to improve the private housing stock, by experimenting what could become a lasting public policy.

Target population

People living in very precarious conditions, in terms of energy efficiency and expenses, and very often in terms of social situation.



  • France

Service delivery locations

  • Région Hauts-de-France

Involved organisations

Configuration of contracting parties:

  • Direct Contracting

Commissioners/outcome payers

Service Providers


Intermediary organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • Improvement in energy efficiency in the building
  • Rehabilitation of indecent housing
  • Low-rent housign for very vulnerable population
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