Correctional Services Agency (CSA)
Dar Hosea extends its services to women in prostitution at CSA. Weekly crafts sessions are prepared by the volunteers of Dar Hosea and carried out with female inmates. Such sessions not only serve as a means of therapy for the women at CSA, but they also facilitate and enhance better communication channels between Dar Hosea and the women at CSA. Alternatively, this approach facilitates assistance to women in prostitution attending Dar Hosea, who are awaiting any pending court hearings leading to a prison sentence, so as to receive continuous support once in prison. Staff at Dar Hosea also carry out regular individual sessions with inmates, as a means of providing them with any required and additional support due to the obstacles which are experienced upon exiting prison, Dar Hosea is also currently working on an exit programme in order to be able to assist and help the women in prostitution and their reintegration back into society.
Mount Carmel Hospital (MCH)
Dar Hosea ensures in maintaining regular professional liaison with other specialised professionals and entities, including MCH in order to ensure a progressive approach for the well-being of the service users.
Mothers and Their Children
Dar Hosea also offers its services to the children of women in prostitution, who often attend the home with their mothers. The staff at Dar Hosea help and assist the children according to their specific needs, whether it is in supporting them with homework or other basic learning skills, which are acquired through play. The staff assist the mothers in basic child rearing skills, which are carried out through a friendly communicative approach.