CIMA Is A Home
Where lives hope!
The Center for the Integration of Minors in Abandonment – CIMA is a non-profit entity that provides comprehensive care to children and adolescents who live on the street or are in high-risk situations and require rehabilitation, in order to reintegrate them into their homes and society.
- Children and adolescents suffering from
- Those who have lost all hope
- Those who have been rejected by his family.
We are a free-income home that seeks to modify the attitudes, behaviors and habits of minors with behavioral problems who voluntarily agree to receive therapeutic treatment that includes daily tasks and training actions with a family approach, developed by a human team dedicated to integrating families into an appropriate process of change.
To be an institution recognized in behavioral modification and the integral training of minors attended by collaborators prepared and engaged in institutional work, which has the necessary resources that
allow for family and social reintegration.
Consideration and deference to minor beneficiaries and their families as subjects of law but mainly persons with the need for affection and opportunities.
Obligation for service to minors who need specialized care to overcome their family and behavioral problems.
Feeling and manifestation of affection, inclination and dedication to minors for whom care is worked.