Basic Aid includes providing support for securing accommodation, food, and clothing, which is crucial in establishing a foundation for other interventions and ensuring the safety and privacy of our community.
Our approach involves providing case management services, individualized counseling sessions, and community events. We place a strong emphasis on human connection, empathy, and taking clear and effective actions.
Our services in this component include assessments, training programs, and employment support. They aim to promote individual autonomy, agency, ownership, and long-term well-being.
We offer formal and informal education opportunities, which include free classes for individuals who have returned to the education system, are illiterate, or require additional academic support.
We provide rapid response to cases that require legal assistance, medical attention at hospitals, and other urgent needs. Our services are available 24/7 in such situations.
We aim to redistribute existing resources in the community by providing accommodation rehabilitation, promoting community-centered living, and distributing donated items such as coupons, clothing, furniture, toys, and books.