Association

History

 

The Association Vivre à Plein Temps was founded in May 2002 by Mrs W. Lee-Jones in order to create a live in home for youth at risk that had been approved by the Aude County Council.

From 2002 to date, the primary task is to the social reinsertion of young people in difficulty aged 10 to 16 years at the time of admission.
The educational project surrounding these young people consists of animal mediation (horses and dogs) and travelling
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The association was approved by the CROSMS (Regional commity for the Organization social and Medico-Social) April 7, 2008, social section of people with social problems or children under administrative or judicial protection.

In 2010, due to our affiliation with the French equestrian federation, we have obtained the approval of the Departmental social cohesion and protection of the inhabitants of the Aude .
Thanks to its success and excellent results, the association decided to share its experience and expertise with a wider public.