Most of the children stop their education after their initial schooling. The reason behind this scenario is that economic instability. Mothers Care Trust intends to support these children for their higher education in different trades with the help of well wishers and like minded people who could support these children to pursue the education further.
Giving better medical service to the children is one of our major concerns. It is our primary responsibility to look after the children until they are reintegrated with their families. We facilitate proper treatment for sick children and also conduct medical camps from time to time.
Every child who enters Mothers Care Trust would undergo Counseling. We provide two types of counseling: Initial counseling and Intensive counseling. The intensive counselling will take a week long. The details of the child are revealed through the initial counseling. Our professional counsellors, who would in the process identify the real problems of the child and help him to transform his attitudes towards life. The intensive counselling includes recreational and motivational therapy as well. At the end of the counselling the child is either reinstated into his family or placed in one of its centres for rehabilitation. In some exceptional cases the child is referred to other care institutions.
Tracing Missing Children
Mothers Care Trust is the nodal agency for the state for the missing child bureau as per the proceeding of Government of Karnataka. This decision has come with the efforts of Mothers Care Trust in ensuring the implementation of the provisions of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act 2000 and the corresponding Amendment Act (2006). The Act envisages that the State Government shall set up a Missing Children's Bureau to document and publicize information relating to Missing Children with the co-operation and collaboration of a child welfare voluntary organization and District Police Station