About Us

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About: Casa Hogar M.A.Mi

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Casa Hogar MAMi is a Christian orphanage that cares for up to 180 children a day. With two separate locations ~ one for boys and the other for girls ~  a large staff and qualified supervisors, Casa MAMi provides shelter, food, clothing, dental and health care as well as psychological and loving, Christian guidance through the turmoil they’ve had in their life.   Most of the children come through the social system having been picked up by the police off the streets or taken from abusive parents  Others come from the local landfill site who have no other means of health care, food, clothing nor the opportunity to go to school.

Every day while the older children attend school, the orphanage opens its doors as a daycare and kindergarten for single moms who couldn’t otherwise go to work or pay for childcare. Additionally, on Friday evenings Casa Hogar MAMi hosts a parenting class in the orphanage facility.  Approximately 40 to 50 parents attend a 1 ½ hour class where subjects include:  moral values, personal hygiene, how to educate their children, health issues, keeping up with their finances and how to discipline children correctly.

Casa Hogar’s vision is to not just take care of the immediate needs of it’s children, but to see to each child’s long range success ; whether the child is capable of going to college through a grant program or learning skills for employment once he or she is of appropriate age.  The name “Casa Hogar MAMi” translates to a “ a home to live ~ a ministry of love and mercy” ~ words they live by.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][/vc_column][/vc_row]