Multidisciplinary Team


Manages the home within the local community and coordinates activities and the proper management of the home, in collaboration with the coordinator and the administrator.


In charge of administrative management, coordinating the actions of the staff and ensuring the logistical resources for the development and smooth operation of the home.


Coordinates with the pedagogy team (tutors, teachers, psychologists, and social workers, nurse) the activities directly involving the education of children and adolescents.

13 Tutors

(2 per pavilion, alternating every 48 hours). They are responsible for the education of the children in the pavilions and are their references. They take the children to school and also follow up with the teachers.

13 Teachers

3 remedial teachers, 2 teachers from the Alternative Basic Education Center (CEBA), and 8 workshop teachers (farming, carpentry, sewing and crafts, fabric painting, music, hydroponics, technical initiation, and computing).

3 Psychologists

Establish the psychological profile and provide primary psychological interventions at the time of admission, as well as recommendations to the team and They are responsible for individual and group therapies (once a week in each pavilion) with children and adolescents and conduct interviews and training workshops with parents. They also organize training sessions for staff and support them in handling everyday life cases at the home.

3 Social Workers

Monitor the socio-economic and family situation of the children. Their goal is to strengthen family and social support to facilitate the reintegration of children and adolescents in the future.


Responsible for assessing the physical health at the time of admission of the child or adolescent and ensuring their health during their stay at the Home. Coordinates with the local health post and/or hospital and takes children and adolescents to their appointments. Also coordinates with the health post to organize educational talks on basic hygiene principles, among other aspects related to health and sexuality.


Who comes once a week to attend to the needs of the children and adolescents.

Other daily life services

Kitchen, wardrobe, driver, night guard.


CIMA frequently hosts volunteers recommended by friendly associations in France, Germany, Canada, or other countries, for varying periods (from a few days to a few months). Additionally, CIMA welcomes groups of foreign students and students.