Residential Care Programs – protecting and healing
The Residential Center is a temporary shelter for children (6-12 years old) in need of protection from abuse, neglect, or abandonment. Children experience a family-like atmosphere, are able to work through their painful experiences, continue their schooling, and learn adaptive life skills.
The Precious Home is a safe place for sexually abused girls (6-12 years old). The program includes therapeutic interventions, psycho-social formation, formal and non-formal education, and recreation.
Community-based Programs – reaching and empowering
Outreach & Advocacy
Through outreach on the streets, rapport is built with street children and their parents.
Children are invited to the Drop-in Center and learn about their rights. Through various creative advocacy initiatives, young people voice out their stance on children’s rights, child abuse, and anti-corporal punishment.
In the Drop-in Center, vulnerable street children (6-14 years old) find a safe place during the day. Their basic needs are provided, they are taught healthy life habits, and are motivated for their schooling. In coordination with their parents or guardians, their situation is being assessed and further interventions are planned.
The program supports children of street families (6-18 years old) to attend formal school and perform well. Student centers offer safe venues for tutorials, skills enhancement, and continuous support. The parents of the students are empowered to participate in the program.
Children who cannot be reintegrated with their families are placed with licensed foster families who can provide more individualized care for them.
The crisis intervention immediately responds to the needs of individuals and families from our communities in desperate situations. It provides burial, medical, and transportation assistance and referrals for counseling, medical, or psychological services.
Formation Programs – equipping and transforming
The spiritual formation program aims at holistic spiritual growth and character development of children, families and staff through pastoral care, devotions, children’s camps, parents’ fellowships, and family retreats.
Through family enrichment activities, parents are empowered in their parenting capacity, life and leadership skills. They are organized to be actively involved in the programs and in their community.