Missions

Missions of the Welfare Organization

- Blind support and rehab

- Deaf support and rehab

- Mentally handicapped support and rehab

- Support and rehabilitation of physically impaired and spinal cord injuries

- Elderly support and rehab

- Support and rehabilitation of chronic psychiatric patients

- Supporting and rejuvenating ordinary children

- Supporting and rehabilitating self-governing women and households

- Support and rehabilitation of orphans and street children

-  Support and rehabilitation of refugee girls (runaway)

- Support and reintegration of asylum seekers

- Support and rehabilitation socially vulnerable women

- Support and rehabilitation of addicts

- Supporting and rehabilitating people at risk of social harm (women seeking divorce, children at risk of child abuse, frustrated families, those who commit suicide and …)

- Renewal of social exclusion and social protection of them

- Helping to provide the dowry needed by the orphans, the disabled and the needy

- Supporting and keeping disabled and unworkable people

- providing the poor with health insurance coverage

- Construction of artificial organs and medical footwear needed by the disabled through the organization's technical and orthopedic centers

- Providing and developing standards for specialized rehabilitation services and supervise its implementation

- Prevention of various disabilities through the implementation of various programs and projects in the country

- Prevention of social harm (Child abuse, suicide, spouse abuse, divorce, etc.) through community emergency services and divorce prevention centers, clinics and 123-emergency-services and community counseling centers and 148-telephone-counseling

- Genetic counseling services

- Preventing community-based drug addiction in urban and rural neighborhoods and administrative, labor and educational units

- Implementing programs to reduce the harms, illnesses, addictions and prevention the spread of AIDS in the country through the education of high-risk addicts and their families, the distribution of preventive devices, the commissioning of DIC and Methadone clinics

- Teaching life skills (individual and social) in educational, workers, families and couples in order to rehabilitate people from social harms threats.

- Preparing and setting tarrifs for advisory and preventive services and monitoring their implementation in centers

- training the human resources required by the community in rehabilitation, health, medical, social affairs through the university of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences

- Specialized education for people with disabilities such as the deaf, mentally handicapped, Braille training and guidance to the blind

- Teaching special skills of people with disabilities

- assessment and guidance of the occupation of the disabled for appropriate training and employment

- Planning and providing the attraction of popular contributions (cash and non-cash)

- Planning and providing volunteering services

- The expansion of philanthropic and non-governmental organizations, their support and empowerment (issuance of principled consent, deployment and monitoring)

- Cultural and extracurricular programs for people with disabilities