Association des groupes de ressources techniques du Québec - AGRTQ 1 septembre 2017 · Un nouveau projet d'habitation communautaire, la Maison Tapajeurs, s'en vient! Le projet permettra d'offrir un toit à des personnes en processus de réinsertion sociale et accuillera également les nouveaux bureaux de l'organisme Spectre de rue inc.
La réalisation de ce projet est possible notamment grâce à la participation du Fonds d'acquisition québécois et du GRT Atelier Habitation Montréal Inc.
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Maison TAPAJEURS, a new community housing project for youth reintegration into the workforce
Thanks to a loan from the new Fonds d'acquisition Québécois, the NPO Spectre de rue are poised to purchase the building at 803-807 Ontario Street East, at the intersection of Saint-Hubert Street in Montréal. The property will be converted into 22 rooms with services and common areas and will be reserved for young people between the age of 18 and 30 in the process of reintegrating into the workforce. The conversion will require the addition of a third floor, while the ground floor will retain its commercial vocation, housing the offices of Spectre de rue and the coopérative Le Milieu. The project falls under the ACCÈSLOGIS program administered by Société d'habitation du Québec.
Called Maison TAPAJEURS, the project will rely on the technical know-how of Groupe de ressources techniques Atelier habitation Montréal, an organization that has so far renovated and built 187 properties slated for community housing. The Ville-Marie borough will also provide support, as will architect Ron Rayside, whose expertise is well known in this field. "We are very lucky to be able to count on various sources of funding for such projects. The future tenants of Maison TAPAJEURS will be selected from among the participants in the TAPAJ pre-employment program, whose goal is to help improve the living conditions of vulnerable persons by finding them paid work and providing psychosocial support," said Gilles Beauregard, the general manager of Spectre de rue, the organization behind the Maison TAPAJEURS project.