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CIMA home

The Center for the Integration of Abandoned Minors – 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, with the aim of reinserting them into their homes and in society.

Children and/or adolescents from nine to seventeen years old are welcomed in order to reintegrate them into their homes and into society, once rehabilitated.

CIMA’s values are in harmony with a deep love for others within a humanistic and Christian context. We make great efforts to give the minor a home where they can meet their basic needs of affection, housing, food, health, education, training and everything that contributes to making them good people.

Raising their self-esteem through entrusted responsibilities, self-help meetings and example, are the fundamental objectives of CIMA


We are a free admission home that seeks to modify 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. in a suitable process of change.


To be a recognized institution in behavioral modification and the comprehensive training of minors cared for by trained and committed collaborators in institutional work, which has the necessary resources that allow achieving family and social reintegration.



Consideration and deference to the minor beneficiaries and their families for considering themselves subjects of law but mainly people in need of affection and opportunities.


Obligation contracted by the 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 they work with care.

“CIMA welcomes children and adolescents who suffer, those who have lost all hope, those who have been rejected by their families”