– Offer therapeutic and preventive care to women in a state of homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless.
– Engage in research and provide training in relational health to care providers.
– Raise public awareness of the issue and challenges of homelessness.
– Promote relational health as a key aspect of overall health that is as vitally important as one’s physical and mental well-being.
– Change people’s understanding of homelessness.
– Modify the approach to the care provided to people living in a state of homelessness.
– Become a leader in relational health care, research and training
– Offer our services to all homeless women, regardless of the severity of their situation.
In 2018, 1,150 women in a state of homelessness took advantage of our services. Of these, 570 women were given emergency shelter and were accompanied by our workers, and 310 women were supported by rehabilitation activities and continue their reconstruction journey.
Run for them!