Social Services can provide economic help to people, families or collectives who are already recipients of other benefits. With them, it is a case of combining the right to a minimum amount of vital funding together with ways of ensuring economic and social integration. These benefits can be facilitated for preventative, temporary or complementary purposes.
As an accompaniment to the required integration measures, and in those cases where need and the absence of resources to deal with it are proved, economic help will be given to those that require it.
The complementary benefits include:
a) Social Emergency Benefits: To respond to urgent situations of extreme necessity with individual and occasional provisions.
b) Family Emergency Benefits: As a temporary and preventative complement, within a family assistance project, to attend to basic necessities of the under-age within their care, in order to avoid their internment and to favour their integration within the family and social environment.