To address the stress associated with the immigrant experience, ReCrea provides camp residents access to psychologists, social workers, lawyers, doctors, and special education teachers.
A Women’s Circle addresses the prevention and reduction of gender-based violence.
Kinesthetic, sensory and cognitive therapy is available for children with disabilities and is complemented with psychological support for their mothers.
A community dining room provides free meals and a safe place for mothers to bond while cooking, socializing, and network building.
Other social integration programs include leadership training; parenting classes that teach nonviolent, nurturing parenting skills; and sports and cultural recreation programs for youth.
Talita Kum, kinesthetic, sensory and cognitive therapy
Sports and cultural recreation programs
Community dining room