MEXICALI.- DIF Baja California will hold its first access course of 2023 this Thursday, January 5th, to provide an in depth explanation of what the Familias de Corazón Temporary Foster Care Plan is.
The president of the institution, Mavis Olmeda García, recalled that the program was presented in the state in April 2021, at which time citizens have been informed about the project.
Baja California is the 12th state in the nation to participate in the plan, which seeks to provide a home for a child or teen without parental care, within a family dynamic, to provide a healthy and safe environment for their development. In a harmonious environment, in a temporary manner.
“This is one of the priority programs we are working on, because it allows us to significantly improve the quality of life of girls, boys or teenagers who need the care and love of a family, while Their family situation is resolved, preventing them from living in a temporary shelter or unit house”, confirmed Mavis Olmeda García.
Olmeda García highlighted that, so far 83 families have registered to participate in the program, however, only 54 have taken the induction course and 4 have been certified as Families of the Heart and their There is already a girl child in the house. Care.
At the end of 2022, the fourth delivery of a three-month-old baby was given to his Heart family.
This induction course, which is being prepared for next Thursday, January 5 at the central offices of DIF Baja California, located at Colonia Nueva in Alvaro Obregón and Calle E #1290, Mexicali, lasts approximately 1 hour 30 minutes , where the office staff explains and answers the doubts that arise step by step, to achieve a dialogue between the exhibitor and the family or people interested in the event, for the safety of girls, boys and adolescents.
“We are overwhelmed and overwhelmed by the overwhelming response we have received to the launch of this noble initiative. We are sure that many more of these families and individuals will take the decision and responsibility of opening their homes to provide care and love to a girl, boy or teen, While we are working on a definitive solution, whether it be with their family of origin, extended family or an adoptive family, reuniting them with their family of origin”, mentioned the state DIF president.
Those who wish to enroll in the induction course may do so directly at the Office of the Attorney for the Protection of Children and Adolescents, located at Alvaro Obregón and Calle E #1290, Colonia Nueva in Mexicali, and telephone numbers are also available Huh. 686 551-66-00 Ext. 6678, 6420, 6421 and email email@example.com. and firstname.lastname@example.org