Boys from twelve to sixteen years old are admitted with the goal of reinstating them in their homes and in society after rehabilitation.
CIMA’s values are in harmony with the human and Christian principle of love for our neighbors. We try our best to provide the boys with a home where they can satisfy their basic needs of affection, housing, food, health, education, enablement, and everything that contributes toward making them into people of good character.
The raising of self confidence through assigned responsibilities, self-help meetings and by example are fundamental objectives of CIMA.
Thanks to CIMA’s open access policy, the boys can leave the Home, if that is what they wish to do. They will be readmitted if the life in the streets changes their opinion.
There is a permanent communication link between the boys and the staff.
Transmitting values such as teamwork, discipline, commitment, and respect is an integral part of the rehabilitation process.
It is through these imparted values, the day-to-day structure, and the spiritual guidance that, over time, these boys can overcome their problems.
CIMA welcomes boys that suffer, that have lost hope, that have been rejected by their families.