On Thursday, May 24th, at 12:30 at Pelguranna, 31/2, laying the foundation of a residential building for young people with mental disorders that needs rehabilitation for professional help will be started.
As the vice-mayor of Tallinn, Echo Vyrk reported, preparations for construction began in April, and the house should be ready early next year. It should become habitable not later than in the spring of 2019. The house is designed for 30 residents and will consist of 30 one-room apartments in a three-storey block, and in a two-storey block there will be premises for joint activities, a training kitchen, consulting rooms and office facilities for staff.
The house will become an intermediate place of residence between a medical institution and the transition to an independent life in society.
The project is financed mainly from the European Regional Development Fund, its cost amounts to €1 695 361, of which €1 020 000 is provided by the fund.