CIMA is a non-profit organization that provides assistance to boys who live in the streets or who find themselves in a high-risk situation and require rehabilitation.
Boys from twelve to sixteen years old are admitted with the goal of reinserting them in their homes and in society once rehabilitated.
The values of CIMA are in harmony with a deep love for one’s neighbor within a humanistic and Christian context. We make great efforts to give the child a home where he can satisfy his basic needs of affection, housing, food, health, education, training and everything that contributes to achieving them good people
Raising your self-esteem through entrusted responsibilities, self-help meetings and examplarity, are the fundamental objectives of CIMA.
Thanks to the policy of free entry, boys can leave their CIMA Home, if that is their will. They will be received again if the reality of the street makes them change their mind. There is a permanent communication between staff and these boys.
Values such as teamwork, discipline, commitment and respect are an integral part of rehabilitation. It is through the values imparted, the structure in the day to day activities and the spiritual guidance provided that these boys will have greater and better resources to, little by little, overcome their problems.
CIMA welcomes boys that suffer, that have lost hope, that have been rejected by their families.