Through the residential program, each child is given a new beginning with other children in a caring home.
Eight homes are designed according to the psychological development of children and aligned with specific age groups. Each home is small and organized around the rights and needs of the child, in a setting close to a family with a multidisciplinary team composed of house parents, house aunts, cook and laundry personnel. Each home has a registered and licensed social worker, assigned to assess and monitor each child’s situation, and develop the most suitable care plan. This specific feature, which goes beyond the standard of DSWD in terms of social case management, makes the strength and uniqueness of Virlanie’s Residential Pillar.