If you're walking down the right path and you're willing to keep walking, eventually you'll make progress ~ Barack Obama

Hope for the Children Foundation has designed a unique program called "Utthan” which means, "Uplift”. This program has been conceptualised to help children from the age of 14 to 18 who are in conflict with the law.

In August 2015, HFCF started piloting this program in collaboration with the Juvenile home court magistrate situated in Yerwada, Pune. After our baseline survey, a 10-day training program was developed with 7 important life skills. We added Value Skills and Interest (VSI) testing followed by career counselling, face-to-face discussions, one-on-one mentoring and counselling as the keynotes of this program.  The sessions focus on life skills such as self-awareness, personal management, emotional management, decision good decisions and relationship management. 

HFCF social workers and counsellors adhere to the fundamentals and content of this program and provide the children training and counselling that help them introspect about their life situations and help them to choose the correct path that will uplift their life.

Here the main objectives of the program

1. To uplift and reintegrate children in their families and in the society.

2. To help children to continue formal and informal education.

3. To increase and help develop self-awareness in each child latent qualities and talents.

4. To expose them to the ill effects of making wrong decisions and their consequence for their future.

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