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 goal is their reintegration with family or relatives, placement with a foster or adoptive family, or independent living.
Residential care is always the last option, when all attempts to otherwise stabilize the situation have failed and when the child is in danger or his situation is detrimental for his growth and development.
Where ever possible, parents or guardians are involved in the treatment process through regular visits, family days, outings, family camps, and parenting seminars.
The Residential Center has a capacity of 20 boys and girls.