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About meThe BAHAY PAG-ASA YOUTH CENTER was established as a separate corrective and transformational facility exclusively for children in conflict with the law from Bacolod City and Negros Occidental. Through the center, we aim to
• administer a wholistic formation/ transformational program with emphasis on basic education, spiritual formation, life skills and livelihood skills;
• provide competent and committed legal services which will include non-formal learning modules on criminal behavior and its consequences;
• provide an interfaced support system for the youth offenders after their release composed of the family, the school or workplace, the church, and the community to ensure successful re-integration; and
• pilot, assess and improve the program so that it may serve as a model for youth rehabilitation which maybe replicated in other areas of the country.




LocationBacolod, Philippines

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