Current services which are offered at the drop-in centre are the shower and laundry facilities, a small library, and a resting area. Activities which are performed on a regular basis include arts and crafts, reading, reflective sessions, gardening, cooking, inspirational movies, and drawing sessions. A hairdressing service is also provided when required. Due to the traumas experienced by the women in prostitution, emotional support and counselling are provided by the professionals at Dar Hosea.
The staff at Dar Hosea assist the service users in seeking employment, including the preparation and writing of a C.V. and other documents. Sexual education, and STI screening are provided by a doctor who is part of the management team of Dar Hosea. Service users are also provided with bus fares, access to non-formal education, mobile phone top-up cards, toiletries, contraceptives, good quality clothing, and second-hand crockery and furniture.
Other services offered outside the drop-in centre include - accompanying clients to hospital visits, dentist check-ups, lawyers and other legal support, court hearings, meetings with probation officers, parent's day meetings, employment interviews, and facilitating reunification with family members.
Support to the families of the women attending the drop-in centre is also provided if requested. As part of the daily living skills programme, the women attending the drop-in centre are assisted when carrying out personal shopping, such as clothing and/or groceries, and they are accompanied to bank appointments. Transport service is offered to women who are unable to access public transport to attend the drop-in centre. The staff perform home visits, including visits to clients residing at Mount Carmel Hospital (MCH). In order to provide a holistic support network for the service users, meetings with other professionals, and representatives of other services involved in the service users situations are frequently carried out.