Located in Tegucigalpa, the Pedro Atala homes are small-group homes that meet the urgent needs of about 50 at-risk city children. These children are either homeless, abandoned, subject to gang violence, or forced to stay in prison with their incarcerated mothers. Here, these children live with housemothers (Tias or aunts) and receive healthcare, education, psychological help, and spiritual counseling. The director of Pedro Atala is an advocate for their safety, education, and well-being and a firm and loving Tia to each and every of them. The entire SAN community empowers children with schooling, tutoring, and work experience so they can lead self-supporting lives as adults. These homes are located a block away from the headquarters of Sociedad Amigos de los Niños.
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