Assegno d'inclusione

Inclusion allowance, by when (and how often) do you have to go to social services?

Those who receive the Inclusion Allowance will have constant contact with the social services of the municipality of residence, a bit like what happened with the Citizenship Income but with well-defined deadlines.
On the other hand, the purpose of the Inclusion Allowance is to support families who find themselves in a condition of poverty, tracing the best possible path to ensure that, where possible, they can one day be economically self-sufficient.
In the meantime, economic support is recognized, but it is linked to participation in an inclusion process that starts with the multidimensional assessment of the needs of the family unit, with which the social services identify the problems to be addressed.
In this regard, the legislator has defined a path in which the family unit (which we will see below who it is made up of) is constantly monitored by social services, complete with deadlines to be respected.
For this reason, those who receive the Inclusion Allowance must pay attention to the obligations envisaged, starting from the appointments to be respected in order not to risk losing the support.
When you have to go to the social services of the Municipality After the recognition of the Inclusion Allowance you must prepare to go to the social services of the municipality of residence.
In detail, the legislation establishes that the first meeting must take place within the 120th day following the signing of the digital activation agreement through the Siisl platform.
Usually it is the social services that summon the family unit using the contacts – SMS and email – indicated at the time of the application, or in any case through a notification on the platform used to send the digital activation agreement.
However, in the event that the first meeting has not taken place upon expiry of the aforementioned deadline, the payment of the inclusion allowance is suspended; for this reason, if no summons has arrived a few days before the deadline, it is advisable for the family unit to present itself spontaneously to the social services in order to avoid the block.
The entire family unit has to present itself, even those members who are not required to comply with the work activation and referral obligations.
What the social services do As anticipated, at the time of the first call the social services carry out a multidimensional assessment of the family unit, thus ascertaining the problems and identifying the best solutions.
Afterwards, the personalized social and work inclusion path is defined, mandatory for all ADI beneficiaries with the sole exception of members over 60; with disabilities (law no.
68 of 12 March 1999); suffering from oncological pathologies; with care burdens (those who care for non-self-sufficient disabled people, children under the age of 3 or at least 3 children); included in the protection paths relating to gender violence and women victims of violence.
Persons between the ages of 18 and 59 who, being employable, are not considered in the equivalence scale of the Inclusion Allowance, are also excluded from the obligations, although they can request support for training and work.
For all the others, however, a personalized path of social and work inclusion is triggered which, depending on the case, can lead to compliance with certain obligations of membership and active participation in all training and work activities, as well as in the active policy measures identified in the project.
The personalized path can also include a commitment to participate in projects useful to the community (Puc).
It must be said, however, that disabled people, members aged 60 or over, or people in protection programs relating to gender violence, can still request voluntary participation in a personalized program to accompany job placement or social inclusion.
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In fact, once the route has been mapped out, the subsequent appointments are also defined for which it is mandatory to show up if you do not want to risk losing the right to the benefit.
Among the many situations that lead to the forfeiture of the inclusion allowance, in fact, there is also that in which even a single member: does not report to the social services or the competent employment service, without justified reason; does not sign the personalized service agreement; does not participate, in the absence of a justified reason, in training or retraining initiatives or in other active policy or activation initiatives, does not regularly attend a first level adult education course which is in any case functional to the fulfillment of the compulsory education , if you are between 18 and 29 years of age and have not fulfilled your compulsory education; does not accept, without justified reason, a job offer.
It should also be remembered that regardless of the scheduled appointments, all beneficiaries other than those eligible for work have the obligation to report to social services or welfare institutions every 90 days to update their position.

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