The program targets children, who use different type of drugs like glue, marijuana, tobacco and others. Most of them come from poor families usually with a single parent living in a degraded situation. So the center focuses on drug users among most neglected and disadvantaged children, facilitating a process of rehabilitation and reintegration in their families.
The center is basically a drop-in where the children get basic education, recreation, cultural and sports
activities, medical care and food. Main activity being street work to meet their educational and training needs and to offer spiritual and moral guidance through counseling. Parents are also involved in this process through home visits and meeting where they get information about their responsibilities among other topics.
The program also involves the community in this process through the community leaders, creating awareness by holding peaceful demonstrations, sports and other activities on various ways of dealing with different challenges facing the community.
More than 60 children come in the center and after one year they usually join different rehabilitation homes, schools and vocational training centers. In addition the center inhabits an alcoholic anonymous program that targets to rehabilitate and reintegrate back to the community adults addicted to alcohol.
The main rehabilitation home is located in the outskirts of Nairobi. There the children and the adults have the chance to finish their education and reform their lives, far away from their negative influencing environment. As soon as the rehabilitation process is done, the home takes care of the reintegration into the community.