Supported household model

It is based on the quality of life approach and on the solidarity model of Social Inclusion of the ICBF, it cares for people who are mostly homeless for many different reasons, seeks the restitution of rights, improving independence, promoting self-esteem and coexistence through the development of artistic, cultural and recreational activities, leisure, free time and citizen life, trying to return with dignity the home they do not have.

There are families that are required to hold something that they cannot; All of us being responsible for it, we must be present to hold, have, embrace and make available the privileges that others possess.

Connected to its headquarters, the Institute has Houses that extend the model of boarding school, in each of these places 21 disabled people but with a great evolutionary process, so that they coexist and share daily events there.