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Presentation of the Reinforced Educational Center (CER) of Port-Vendres.

A CER is a reception facility for minors subject to removal or sentenced by the courts to prepare them for reintegration into the family or social environment.
These centers are under the control of the Judiciary Protection of Youth (PJJ) which depends on the Ministry of Justice and are managed by associative actors in the framework of a convention with the PJJ.
The characteristic of these centers is to accommodate a limited number of minors, maximum 8, for sessions of a duration between 3 and 4 months during which it will be proposed to minors placed educational activities but also sports or cultural activities as well. as internships in companies.
The objective of the CER is to fight against recidivism by offering a permanent personalized supervision with a multidisciplinary team composed of educators, teachers, psychologists and, within the framework of the CER of Port-Vendres, teams of the Workshop Boats of Paulilles.

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