The dorms at our children’s centre provide residential care to over 200 orphans and vulnerable children living at our centre. Once a child is brought into our care, our reintegration team decides which setting at our centre will best fit the specific needs and interest of the child or children. Children may be placed in our nursery, baby house, small family housing or in a dormitory. Emotional maturity, health, age, psycho-social development and physical development are all taken into consideration when determining the best place within our centre for the child’s temporary residential care.
- The boys’ dorms are divided according to age into 5 camaratas to help meet their specific emotional, health, spiritual and developmental needs.
- There is never a dull moment in the girls’ dorm. Laughter, dancing, singing and play fills the air.
- The Special needs home was opened in September 2012 to provide a more therapeutic, loving, and caring environment. Healing, hope, restoration, and dignity are at the core of our care.