Our restoration efforts aim at helping families stay together in a healthy and conducive home environment especially when children are part of the family dynamic. The children need to be in an environment that support their developmental growth in a positive way.
Restoring the self-esteem of the survivors who seek shelters with us
Stop violence from happening again in the future
Families become agents of socialisation where children can see healthy role-models and examples
Foster a climate of trust for people to speak up and have constructive discourse
Providing the post-care support for these survivors who choose to give their relationship with the person who cause hurt a chance to be a better person
Create a sense of belonging and community within our residents and their children
Teach children about moral and societal values
Nurture positive and resilient family relationships
More About Our Continuous Restorative Efforts
Our programs to the women and children who call our facilities home for the time being. Restoration, according to us, means giving these women and children the opportunities and resources they need to restore balance and safety to their daily lives. To be able to do this, however, we need to take a look at what our residents need, what we can do to empower them with new skills, and how we can provide them with adequate financial, physical, and emotional support.
For Women and Mothers
We have several programs in place that are specifically made for women and mothers who want to learn how to not only care for themselves but also build a brighter future for their families through self-resilience and self-love.