We have tried a range of approaches and methods to support and treat each of our three ministries in their context. Some methodologies have proven valuable for everyone we reach; others have been more successful with the unique needs of each specific group.
Our work on the streets, in prison and with women’s support group has provided a great testing ground in which to build our programs and expand our skills. We are drawing on a range of expertise from a growing body of Godly and faithful people, experts in fields such as psychology, social skills development, drug and addiction mitigation and management, and employable skills training.
Some of these experts serve as volunteers on the Board of Quien Soy Yo Foundation. Still others, in some cases experts and addiction workers in Canada and internationally serve as advisors and counsellors to us, using their professional training and wide experience to help us develop and test the effectiveness of our programs.
These experts, in partnership with the Christian faith leaders of Quien Soy Yo, are working together to develop and test different approaches to reaching and helping the people we serve.
We are certain that what we have been developing and validating over the years, has been directed by the powerful hand of God with only one purpose: to bring us to the final goal of building a rural rehabilitation center that would have all the necessary elements tested and ready so we can have a highly effective treatment center that leads to restored lives for people with extreme addictions and hopelessness. That is our prayer.