Hope Rescue Centre sends on the field intervention teams formed by professionals and volunteers. These teams regularly go out and visit the area in which our homeless beneficiaries live.
These peoples living conditions are not easy, they sleep and live live in a series of tunnels that run under the city which carry hot water pipes, in abandoned buildings, in barracks or improvised constructions, sometimes even in tents.
They face many issues and their lifestyle pushes them sometimes to extreme situations that can be a threat to their health and even their lives.
Our goal is to identify the emergencies (physical, emotional, spiritual) and to offer first aid, counselling and support to overcome the crisis.