INTRESS, new member of iSocial

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INTRESS, new member of iSocial

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It is a social entity with 2,000 professionals and services in Catalonia, the Balearic Islands and Madrid. It has become the 15th member of iSocial.

This spring the number of member organisations of the iSocial Foundation has increased to 15 thanks to the incorporation of INTRESS, an organisation with more than 35 years of experience, which serves more than 35,000 people and has nearly 2,000 professionals and 195 services in Catalonia, the Balearic Islands and Madrid. It is made up of the Intress Association, the Intress Foundation and the Girasol Association. It works in the fields of childhood and family, gender equality, mental health, the elderly, disability, youth, social and labour inclusion, justice and community work, and guardianship. It also carries out psycho-social and community rehabilitation through radio programmes.

We welcome this new member organisation.

Actualitat

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