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DIRECTORY OF SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW

JUVENILE JUSTICE AND WELFARE COUNCIL (JJWC) 3/F DOJ Agencies Bldg., NIA Road, Diliman 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Undersecretary Alicia R. Bala, Chairperson Atty. Tricia Clare Oco, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 9275385 Website: none Email Address: jjwc.doj@gmail.com Functions:: policy formulation and development, coordination and monitoring of the implementation of RA 9344, research and documentation, capacity building, networking, advocacy (children in conflict with the law, children in prison, children at risk), training (laws concerning children in conflict with the law and those at risk of committing crimes) and technical assistance Focus: children in conflict with the law, children at risk, children in prison CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW / CHILDREN IN PRISON 1. Advocates for Children and Elders Philippines, International Inc. 2. Ahon sa Kalye Ministries, Inc. 3. Alalay ng Bayan Foundation Inc. 4. Association Compassion Asian Youth, Inc. (ACAY) 5. Balay Rehabilitation Center 6. BK-Restore Youth Home 7. Bureau of Corrections (BUCOR) 8. Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) 9. Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines - Episcopal Commission on Prison Pastoral Care (CBCP-ECPPC) 10. Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse (CPTCSA) 11. Child Justice League, Inc. 12. Children's Legal Rights and Development Center, Inc. 13. Coalition Against Death Penalty 14. Commission on Human Rights - Child Rights Center (CHR-CRC) 15. Community and Family Services International (CFSI) 16. Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) 17. Crime Prevention and Coordination Service - National Police Commission (CPCSNAPOLCOM) 18. Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) 19. Educational Research and Development Assistance Foundation, Inc. (ERDA) 20. Humanitarian Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc. (HLAF) 21. Lunduyan Para sa Pagpapalaganap, Pagtataguyod at Pagtatanggol ng Karapatang Pambata Foundation, Inc. 22. Molave Youth Home - Social Services Development Department (MYH) 23. National Nutrition Council 24. Open Heart Foundation Worldwide, Inc. 25. Pangarap Foundation, Inc. 26. Parenting Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. 27. Parole and Probation Administration (PPA) 28. Partnership of Philippine Support Service Agencies 29. Pasay City Network for the Protection of Children, In.
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30. Pastoral Care for Women and Children (PCWC) Diocese of Novaliches 31. Philippine Action for Youth Offenders (PAYO) 32. Philippine Children's Medical Center 33. Philippine Jesuit Prison Service Foundation, Inc. (PJPS) 34. Plan Philippines (Foster Parents Plan, Inc.) 35. PREDA Foundation, Inc. 36. Psychosocial Support and Children's Rights Resource Center 37. Public Attorney's Office (PAO) 38. Salinlahi Alliance for Children's Concerns 39. Save the Children 40. Specs Foundation, Inc. 41. Sun for All Children 42. Tahanan Outreach Projects and Services, Inc. 43. Tulay ng Kabataan Foundation 44. Tuloy Foundation, Inc. 45. United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) 46. Virlanie Foundation, Inc. 47. World Vision Development Foundation (WVDF)

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION (NCR)

ABS-CBN FOUNDATION: BANTAY BATA 163 PROGRAM Mother Ignacia Ave. Cor. Eugenio Lopez Drive 1103 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Tina Monzon-Palma, Program Director Tel No.: (632) 4152272 Fax No.: (632) 4110857 Website: www.bantaybata163.org E-mail: bantaybata163@abs-cbn.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care services, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, family therapy, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, formal education, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (health issues, corporal punishment, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), residential shelter (girls and boys who are victims of abuse - 0 to 12 years old, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girls and boys (0-12 years old), families ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN AND ELDERS PHILIPPINES, INTERNATIONAL INC. (ACEIPI) 9-G corner 9-H Sts., United Paraaque Subdivision 5, Sucat 1713 Paranaque City, Philippines Ms. Virginia M. Bruce, President Ms. Tessie D. Gomez, Vice-President for NCR Telefax: (632) 8204255 Website: www.ace-international-philippines.org E-mail: contact@ace-international-philippines.org Services provided: medical assistance, dental assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, values formation program, networking, education assistance, non-formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (children in conflict with the law, children in prison, violence against children and women), training (HIV/ AIDS, Restorative Justice, parental education), rehabilitation services for children in conflict with the law (14-18 years old) Special focus: out of school youth, abandoned, neglected, orphaned children, poor children in general, children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (at least 12 years old), families (of target beneficiaries only)
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AIDS SOCIETY OF THE PHILIPPINES 2/F OTM Bldg., # 71 Scout Tuason Street, Brgy. South Triangle, 1103 Quezon City, Philippines Mr. Nelson Bong Yap, Jr., Project Coordinator Tel No.: (632) 3762541 / (632) 4100204 Fax No.: (632) 3762546 Website: www.aidsphil.org Email: aidsphil@asp.bayandsl.ph Services provided: counseling, case management services, advocacy (policy advocacy on HIV and AIDS), training (HIV and AIDS, reproductive health), publications, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: persons with HIV and AIDS Clients: victims of HIV and AIDS, families

AKAP (ADHIKAIN PARA SA KARAPATANG PAMBATA) - ATENEO HUMAN RIGHTS CENTER 3rd Floor, Ateneo Law School Rockwell Center, Rockwell Drive, 1209 Makati, Philippines Atty. Carlos Medina, Director Tel No.: (632) 8997691/ (632) 8972142 Fax No.: (632) 8994342 Website: http://law.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=47 E-mail: arch@acc.aiti.admu.edu.ph Provides legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, networking Clients: children, women, families, victims of abuse, exploitation or neglect, children in conflict with the law AKSYON PARA SA KAPAYAPAAN AT KATARUNGAN CENTER FOR ACTIVE NONVIOLENCE (AKKAPKA CANV) Room 201 Admin Bldg., Pius XII Catholic Center, 1175 UN Avenue, Paco 1007 Manila, Philippines Dr. Tess V. Ramiro, Director and Consultant Tel No.: (632) 4000823 / (632) 5260103 Fax No.: (632) 4000823 Website: under construction E-mail: jbakcanv@compass.com.ph Services provided: feeding/ nutrition programs, values formation programs, education sponsorships/ scholarship programs (limited basis), non-formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, violence against children and domestic violence), training (UNCRC, active non-violence)), disaster relief operations, microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: out of school youth, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women ALAY PAG-ASA CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION, INC. 32 Arayat Street corner Road 1, Brgy. Malamig, Mandaluyong City
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1550, Philippines Ms. Precila Parana, Program Coordinator / Social Worker Tel No.: (632) 5323250/ (632) 5326433 Fax No.: (632) 5326433 Website: www.alaypagasa.org E-mail: alay_pagasa@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care services, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, street children, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, laws concerning children, UNCRC, parental education), disaster relief operations, monitoring and evaluation, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: out of school youth, poor children in general, children in slum areas Clients: girls and boys (3-17 years old), families, women AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINES (AIPh) 18-A Marunong Street Brgy. Central 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Aurora Corazon A. Parong, M.D., Section Director Tel No.: (632) 4338100 Fax No.: (632) 9276008 Website: www.amnesty.org.ph E-mail: section@amnesty.org.ph Services provided: advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), networking, training (violence against women and children, UNCRC, human rights issues) Special focus: campaigns on human rights, anti-discrimination, international justice Clients: children, women, and families ASIA AGAINST CHID TRAFFICKING (ASIA ACTs) Room 312, 3rd level Philippine Social Science Center Building, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Amihan Abueva, Regional Coordinator Tel No.: (632) 9290822 Fax No.: (632) 9290820 Website: www.asia-acts.org Email: asiaacts@pldtdsl.net , amihanabueva@yahoo.com Services provided: networking, advocacy (trafficking, policy advocacy), training (laws concerning children, community education on trafficking, parental education), publication (trafficking issues) Special focus: trafficked children Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women ASILO DE SAN VICENTE DE PAUL 1148 United Nations Avenue, Paco, 1007 Manila, Philippines Sr. Nieve Manzano, DC, Administrator
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Tel No.: (632) 5233829/ (632) 5231460 Fax No.: (632) 5228698 Website: www.asilomanila.org E-mail: asilomla@yahoo.com, ncmdc@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, dental assistance, counseling, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general), drop in shelter for street children (girls and boys 6-10 years old) Special focus: street children, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girls and boys (5-10 years old) ASSOCIATION COMPASSION ASIAN YOUTH (ACAY) 5 Alley 4, Project 6 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Sr. Sophie Renoux, Resident Agent Telefax No.: (632) 4554115 Website: www.acaymission.org Email: l.thorigne@acaymission.org Services provided: legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visit, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, nonformal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, children in conflict with the law, children in prison), training (HIV and AIDS, Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, parental education), residential shelter for girls 14-20 years old, rehabilitation services for children in conflict with the law (17-23 years old), community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: abused children (physical and sexual), children in conflict with the law, prostituted children Clients: girls (14-120 years old), boys (17-23 years old), families

ASSOCIATION FOR THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (ARCSEA) 87 Unit N, 2/F Yale Garden Building, Yale Street Brgy. Rodriguez 1102 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Madella T. Santiago, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 4380793 Website: www.childrightssea.org Email: arcsea_childrightssea.org Services provided: non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (health issues, laws concerning children, violence against children and women, UNCRC) Special focus: abused children (sexual and physical), poor children in general, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (below 18 years old)
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BAHAY LINGAP CENTER (MANDALUYONG YOUTH HOME) Lions Road Barangay Barangka Ilaya, Mandaluyong City Ms. Milagros R. Lagaran, RSW, CSWD Department Head Tel. No.: 5357127 Website: none E-mail: none Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in conflict with the law), training (parental education), rehabilitation Center and services for girls and boys who are in conflict with the law Special focus: children in conflict with the law (CICL) Clients: girls and boys in conflict with the law (below 18 years old) BAHAY TULUYAN 2218 Leveriza Street, Malate 1004 Manila, Philippines Ms. Lily V. Flordelis, DMD, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 7157554 Website: www.bahaytuluyan.org E-mail: info@bahaytuluyan.org Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental services, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, value formation programs, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, livelihood training, advocacy( childrens rights in general, Street children, child physical abuse, child sexual abuse), residential center, drop in shelter, emergency shelter, research and documentation, publication (on issues of Street children) Special focus: Street children, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girls and boys (6-18 years old) BALAY REHABILITATION CENTER (BALAY) 25 Maalindog Street UP Village, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Mr. Ernesto A. Anasarias, Executive Director Telefax. No.: (632) 9216301 Website: www.balayph.net E-mail: kaloy@balayph.net Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits family therapy, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, children in armed conflict, policy advocacy, peace building, campaign against torture, good governance, prison reforms, leadership), training (Restorative Justice/ Diversion/ Mediation, laws concerning children, paralegal training, UNCRC, parental education), research and documentation, publication, disaster relief operations, monitoring and evaluation, community organizing/ mobilization, jail visits, trauma healing, stress reduction activities Special focus: out of school youth, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict
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Clients: girls and boys in distressed communities /caught in the midst of armed conflict and forced eviction, families, women BK-RESTORE YOUTH HOME Road 10, Magsaysay Village, Vitas, Tondo, Manila Ms. Celerina Luaton, Program Manager Tel No.: (632) 3546759 Telefax No.: (632) 7327815 (ERDA Main) Website: www.erdafoundation.org E-mail: erdafoundation_inc@pldtdsl.net Services provided: medical assistance, dental assistance, nutrition program, legal assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy/ counseling and training, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training for children, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in conflict with the law), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion/mediation, laws concerning children, UNCRC, parental education), residential shelter (boys 12-17 years old) Special focus: Street children, children in conflict with the law Clients: boys (12-17 years old), families BUREAU OF CORRECTIONS NBP Reservation, Muntinlupa City Philippines Dr. Rexy Morales, Chief - Education Sector Tel. No.: (632) 8072368 / (632) 4013819 / (632) 7722719 Fax No.: (632) 8077035 Website: none Email: morales_rexy@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, counseling, spiritual formation, psychological services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning Systems (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (children in conflict with the law), rehabilitation services for boys Special focus: children in conflict with the law Clients: boys ages 18-24 years old BUREAU OF JAIL MANAGEMENT AND PENOLOGY (BJMP) 144 Juco Randa Bldg. Mindanao Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines J/CINSP Alberto Tapiro, Jr., Officer-in-Charge, CRS Telefax. No.: (632) 4561979 Website: www.bjmp.gov.ph Email: bjmp_crs_mediaffairs@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, dental assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (children in conflict with the law), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, paralegal training, parental education), rehabilitation services in BJMP jails Special focus: children in conflict with the law
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Clients: detainees in BJMP jails, children in conflict with the law detained in jails

CARITAS MANILA 2002 Jesus Street, Pandacan, 1011 Manila Philippines Fr. Anton C.T. Pascual, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 5639308/ (632) 5639298 Fax No.: (632) 5639306 Website: www.caritasmanila.org.ph E-mail: caritas_manila@yahoo.com Services provided: education sponsorship/ scholarship program, health and nutrition services, livelihood and skills training, values formation seminar, advocacy (HIV and AIDS, Restorative Justice) Special focus: Clients: children and families CATHOLIC BISHOPS CONFERENCE EPISCOPAL COMMISSION ON PRISON PASTORAL CARE (CBCP-ECPPC) 470 General Luna Street 1002, Intramuros, Manila Bishop Pedro Arigo, Chairman Mr. Rodolfo D. Diamante, Executive Secretary Telefax No.: (632) 5274059 Website: www.cbcponline.org Email: ecppc@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance/ medical missions, legal rights advocacy, spiritual formation, home visits, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (children in prison, Restorative Justice, prison and judicial reforms), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion, paralegal training), research and documentation, publication (on Restorative Justice and alternatives to imprisonment) Special focus: children in conflict with the law, children of prisoners, children in prison Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION FOUNDATION, INC. Philippine Children Medical Center (PCMC), Quezon Avenue Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Evelyn Caja, Principal Tel No.: (632) 9246601 to 25 loc. 264 / (632) 9297907 Fax No.: (632) 9297907 Website: none E-mail: cdifi_em@yahoo.com Services provided: case management services, networking, formal education, livelihood and vocational training Special focus: special children Clients: girls and boys (4-20 years old) CENTER FOR FAMILY MINISTRIES, INC. (CEFAM) Spiritual Pastoral Center, Ateneo de Manila University Campus, Loyola Heights 1108 Quezon
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City, Philippines Fr. James W.U. Gascon, S.J., President/ CEO Tel No.: (632) 4264289 to 92 Fax No.: (632) 4264285 Website: ateneo.edu/cefam or www.cefam.ph Email: cefam@admu.edu.ph Services provided: counseling, spiritual formation, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, training (parental education) Special focus: street children, children in need of counseling Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women CENTER FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE (CPTCSA) 122-C Matahimik Street, UP Village Diliman, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Zenaida Rosales, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 4347528 Website: www.cptcsa.org E-mail: cptcsa@mydestiny.net Services provided: legal assistance, counseling, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, children in conflict with the law, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice and Diversion, parental education), research and documentation (sexually abused children), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: sexually abused children, young sex offenders Clients: sexually abused girls and boys (all ages), families, young sex offenders CHILDHOPE ASIA PHLIPPINES 1210 Penefrancia Street, Paco 1007 Manila, Philippines Ms. Teresita L. Silva, Executive Director/ President Tel No.: (632) 5634647 / (632) 5617118 Fax No.: (632) 5632242 Website: www.childhope.org.ph E-mail: childhopeasia@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, counseling, home visits, case management services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, Street children, violence against children), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, violence against women and children, UNCRC), Street education Special focus: Street children Clients: Street children (girls and boys 7-17 years old) CHILD JUSTICE LEAGUE, INC. G/F DSWD Central Office, Batasan Complex Constitution Hills 1126 Quezon City, Philippines Atty. Mylen B. Gonzales, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9316147 / (632) 9318101 local 117 Fax No.: (632) 9316147 Website: www.childjusticeleague.org E-mail: info.childjusticeleague@yahoo.com
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Services provided: legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, home visits, counseling, case management services, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, child laborers, violence against children), training (laws concerning children, paralegal training, UNCRC), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: child laborers, trafficked children, abused children, children in conflict with the law, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (below 18 years old) CHILDRENS LEGAL RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. Unit 401-B CRM Building No. 106 Kamias Road, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Atty. Maricris Tagle, Coordinator Childrens Legal Assistance & Defense Program Telefax No.: (632) 4333199 Website: none E-mail: childrenslegalrights@gmail.com Services provided: legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, Street children, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children and women, policy advocacy), training (reproductive health, Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, corporal punishment, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, UNCRC), publications Special focus: Street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (2-18 years old), women CHILDRENS REHABILITATION CENTER 90 J. Bugallon Street, Brgy. Bagumbuhay Project 4 1109 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Ma. Esmeralda Dela Paz-Macaspac, Executive Director Tel. No.: (632) 9139244 / (632) 4391053 Fax No.: (632) 4391053 Website: www.childrehabcenter.org E-mail: childrehabphilippines@yahoo.com.ph Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, counseling, home visits, family therapy, psychological services, case management services, networking, education sponsorships/ scholarship program, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in prison, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, UNCRC, parental education, psycho-social service delivery), research and documentation, publications, disaster relief operations, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: children in armed conflict, abused children (physical and sexual), children victims of disasters Clients: girls and boys (below 18 years old), families, women

CHRISTIAN ACTION FOR RELIEF AND EMPOWERMENT (CARE, Inc.) Rm. 128 Tia Maria Building, CV Starr Avenue, Pamplona 1740 Las Pias City, Philippines Ptr. Napoleon Castillon, Jr., President
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Tel No.: (632) 8731028 Fax No.: (632) 8749172 Website: none Email: careinc@cablelink.com.ph Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, day care services, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, values formation program, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child laborers, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (reproductive health, UNCRC), drop in shelter for Street children (girls and boys, 6-14 years old) Special focus: Street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families CHRISTIAN CHILDRENS FUND PHILIPPINES 8/F Strata 100 Emerald Ave., Ortigas Complex, Pasig City Cielito Lindo Salcedo, Acting National Director Tel No.: (632) 6311575 Fax No.: (632) 6312813 Website: www.christianchildrensfund.org E-mail: questions@ccfusa.org/ ccftpo@skyinet.net Services provided: early childhood development, health and sanitation, education (primary and non-formal education), nutrition (education on malnutrition, emergency relief operations), sustainable livelihoods, emergency and disaster relief programs Special focus: Clients: children and families COALITION AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY (CADP) c/o CBCP-ECPPC 470 General Luna Street 1002 Intramuros Manila, Philippines Rev. Fr. Silvino L. Borres, Jr., SJ, President Mr. Rodolfo D. Diamante, Vice-President Telefax No.: (632)5274059 Website: none Email: cadp94@yahoo.com Services provided: legal rights advocacy, networking, advocacy (children in conflict with the law, children in prison, Restorative Justice, prison reforms), training (Restorative Justice, diversion, mediation, convention against torture, alternatives to imprisonment), research and documentation, publications (on Restorative Justice, alternatives to imprisonment) Special focus: children in conflict with the law, prison inmates Clients: prison inmates (children, men and women) COALITION AGAINST TRAFFICKING OF WOMEN ASIA PACIFIC Room 608, Sterten Place Condominium, 116 Maginhawa Street, Teacher's Village, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Jean Enriquez, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 4342149 Website: www.catw-ap.org E-mail: catw-ap@catw-ap.org
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Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, counseling, case management services, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, child sexual abuse, trafficking, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy, anti-militarism, antiglobalization), training (violence against children/ domestic violence), emergency shelter (women victims / survivors of trafficking/ prostitution), research and documentation, publications (on RA 9208, trafficking, human rights) Special focus: trafficked children, abused children, prostituted children, women who are trafficked Clients: girls (daughters of survivors of trafficking), women COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS CHILD RIGHTS CENTER (CHR-CRC) SACC Building, Commonwealth Avenue, UP Complex, 1104 Diliman Quezon City, Philippines Commissioner Ma. Victoria V. Cardona Tel No.: (632) 925-3883 Website: www.chr.gov.ph Services provided: legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice, diversion, mediation, corporal punishment, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, UNCRC), publications (on UNCRC and child participation), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: child laborers, trafficked children, abused children (sexual and physical), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (below 18 years old) COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES INTERNATIONAL (CFSI) 2/F Torres Building, 2442 Park Avenue, 1300 Pasay City, Philippines Dr. Steven Muncy, Executive Director Tel No: (632) 5511977 / (632) 5190048 to 50 Fax No.: (632) 5512225 Website: www.cfsi.ph E-mail: headquarters@cfsi.ph Services provided: legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, family therapy, case management services, non-formal education, Alternative Learning Systems (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, violence against children and women, policy advocacy), training (HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, Restorative Justice/diversion/mediation, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), disaster relief operations, monitoring and evaluation, community organizing / mobilization Special focus: Street children, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, special children, abused children, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women CONSUELO FOUNDATION th 27 Floor Citibank Tower, 8741 Paseo de Roxas, Makati City, Philippines
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Mr. Ray Dean D. Salvosa, Managing Director Mr. Andy K. Moll, Program Manager Tel No.: (632) 8480601 to 05 Fax No.: (632) 8480553 Website: www.consuelo.org E-mail: info@consuelo.org / amoll@consuelo.org Services provided: provides psychosocial interventions and training, Family Life Enrichment Workshops, family therapy, organizing community-based family networks, policy advocacy, networking, aftercare for sexually abused girls, foster care for sexually abused children and children in conflict with the law Special focus: Clients: children, women, and families COUNCIL FOR THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN #10 Apo Street, Sta. Mesa Heights, 1114 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Maria Elena S. Caraballo, Deputy Director Tel No.: (632) 7811039 Fax No.: (632) 7408864 Website: www.cwc.gov.ph E-mail: cwc@cwc.gov.ph Services provided: networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, Street children, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children and women, policy advocacy), research and documentation, publication (policies and issues of children), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: Street children child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, special children, abused children, poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, children in armed conflict, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (0-17 years old) CRIBS FOUNDATION PHILIPPINES, INC. 30 Major Dizon Street, Industrial Valley Complex, 1800 Marikina, Philippines Ms. Maritona Labajo, Executive Director Tel. No.: (632) 6471329 / (632) 681-5921 Fax No.: (632) 6471329 Website: none E-mail: cribsfoundation@yahoo.cm / cribsnet@info.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, temporary shelter, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation programs, networking, formal education, advocacy (child sexual abuse, violence against women and children), training (reproductive health, parental education), research, publications, community advocacy Special focus: abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, sexually abused children Clients: girls (7-17 years old), 1 day to 2 years old babies CRIME PREVENTION AND COORDINATION SERVICE - NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION (CPCS NAPOLCOM)
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371 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, 1209 Makati City, Philippines Dir. Myrna DP. Medina, Service Director Ms. Donna Lynn A. Caparas, OIC-Office of the AsStreet Service Chief, CPS Tel No.: (632) 8953266 / (632) 8970418 Fax No.: (632) 8978902/ 8976181 Website: www.napolcom.gov.ph E-mail: cpcs@napolcom.ph, cpcsnapolcomph@yahoo.com, cpcs_napolcom@yahoo.com Services provided: legal rights advocacy, education sponsorship/ scholarship program (for children of police officers killed while on duty), advocacy (childrens rights in general, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, Street children, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (Restorative Justice, diversion, mediation, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC), research and documentation, publications (Criminal Justice Journal), monitoring and evaluation of police management of cases involving children Special focus: children in conflict with the law, Street children, trafficked children, child witnesses, child victims) Clients: girls and boys, women and families DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH NATIONAL CENTER FOR DISEASE PREVENTION AND CONTROL San Lazaro Compound, Rizal Avenue, Sta. Cruz, 1003 Manila Philippines Dr. Yolanda E. Oliveros, MD, MPH, Head Director IV Telefax No.: (632) 7117846 Website: www.doh.gov.ph E-mail: none Services provided: networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, violence against women and children, UNCRC), monitoring and evaluation, policy guidelines and policy formulation Special focus: all children Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT A. Francisco Gold Condominium II, EDSA corner Mapagmahal Street, Diliman 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Mr. John M. Castaeda, CESO III, Director IV Tel. No.: (632) 9250371 / (632) 9251137 / (632) 9205476 Fax No.: (632) 9250328 Website: www.dilg.gov.ph E-mail: rcraffinan@dilg.gov.ph Services provided: monitoring the functionality of Local Councils for the Protection of Children (nationwide), advocacy (functionality and strengthening of LCPC) Special focus: monitoring the functionality of Local Councils for the Protection of Children (LCPC) nationwide Clients: Local Government Units (LGU) DEVELOPMENT CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED FOUNDATION, INC. STEPPING STONE LEARNING AND THERAPY CENTRE 7419 Bernardino Street, Guadalupe Viejo 1211 Makati City, Philippines
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Ms. Marijo M. Mauhay - Directress Ms. Clarina P. Polloso - Program Coordinator Tel No.: (632) 8960269 Fax No.: (632) 8998383 Website: www. steppingstone.org Email: dchfi_sslrto@yahoo.com.ph Services provided: day care services, home visits, networking, education sponsorships/scholarship programs, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights, street children, mentally challenged children), parental education, publications (special education in the Philippines), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: special children, poor children in general, indigent mentally challenged children Clients: girls and boys (all ages) DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Philippines Joey G. Pelaez, Executive Director Tel No.: (032) 6321361 to 71/ 6363603 loc 2008 Fax No.: Website: http://www.deped.gov.ph/default.asp E-mail: Services provided: Provides Instructional Materials, Nutrition/Health Programs, Non-formal Education Clients: children DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT (DSWD) DSWD Batasan Office, Batasan Hills, 1126 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Vilma Cabrera, Assistant Secretary Tel No.: (632) 9512801 / (632) 9318101 local 410 Fax No.: (632) 9512801 Website: www.dswd.gov.ph/ E-mail: cbcabrera@dswd.gov.ph Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care services, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, formal education, advocacy ( childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, violence against women and children), disaster relief operations, monitoring and evaluation, microfinance, operates the following facilities for the youth: 11 Regional Rehabilitation Centers for the Youth (male children in conflict with the law below 18 years old) Reception and Study Center for Children (children 0-6 years old) Nayon ng Kabataan ( 7-17 years old with behavioral problems) Haven for Children (7- 13 years old who are recovering from substance abuse) Marillac Hills (female children in conflict with the law, abused and exploited girls below 18 years old) National Training School for Boys (NTSB) ( male children in conflict with the law who are below 18 years old
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Elsie Gaches Village (rehabilitation services to abandoned and neglected children with special needs such as those with cerebral palsy, epilepsy, visual and hearing impairment, mental retardation, autism and other related conditions) Sanctuary Center (halfway home to female 18 years-old and above who are improving from psychosis and other mental illnesses) Jose Fabella Center (provides temporary shelter for strandees, vagrants and mendicants), provides adoption, foster care and legal guardianship, special services for Children in Armed Conflict, advocacy (all issues of children), training (childrens rights in general, UNCRC, parental education)

Special focus: all categories of children Clients: girls and boys (0-17 years old) END CHILD PROSTITUTION, CHILD PORNOGRAPHY, AND THE TRAFFICKING OF CHILDREN FOR SEXUAL PURPOSES (ECPAT PHILIPPINES) 143 Anonas Extension, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Dolores Alforte, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9208151/ (632) 4415108 Fax No.: (632) 9299642 Website: none E-mail: ecpatphil@gmail.com Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, home visits, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, trafficking, policy advocacy), training (laws concerning children, UNCRC), residential shelter (girls 17 years old and below), research and documentation, publications (child trafficking) Special focus: trafficked children, prostituted children Clients: girl children (17 years old and below) EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION, INC. (ERDA) ERDA Social Development Center, 66 Linaw Street, Sta. Mesa Heights, 1016 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Dolora H. Cardeno, Executive Director Ms. Celerina Luaton, Program Manager Tel No.: (632) 7323198/ (632) 7327815/ (632) 4149365 / (632) 7413014 Fax No.: (632) 7327815 / (632) 4150168 Website: www.erdafoundation.org E-mail: erdafoundation_inc@pldtdsl.net Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutritional program, day care services, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, child laborers, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), emergency shelter (7-14 years old), residential shelter (children in conflict with the law 15 to below 18 years old; street children 7-14 years old, rehabilitation/diversion services for CICL, microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and
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orphaned children, trafficked children, poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, prostituted children, indigenous children Clients: girls and boys (5 to below 18 years old), families, women ERDA TECH FOUNDATION, INC. Certeza cor. Lorenzo dela Paz Street, Brgy. 839, Zone 91, District 6, Pandacan, 1011 Manila, Philippines Mrs. Maria Wilhelmina M. Martinez, Program Manager Tel No.: (632) 5641856/ (632) 5642608 / (632) 5641774 Fax No.: (632) 5641856 Website: under construction E-mail: erdatech@yahoo.com Services provided: counseling, home visits, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), training (HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, parental education), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: out of school youth, poor children in general, technical education, alternative learning Clients: girls and boys (16 17 years old), young adults (18-24 years old)

FAMILIES AND CHILDREN FOR EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (FCED) 2290 President Quirino Avenue, Paco 1007 Manila, Philippines Ms. Teresita L. Silva, President / Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 5616849 Fax No.: 632) 5626997 Website: www.fcedfoundation.org.ph E-mail: fcedfoundation@yahoo.com.ph Services provided: networking, education sponsorship/scholarship program, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, violence against children/ domestic violence, organizing Barangay Councils for the Protection of Children), training (laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, UNCRC), microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: out of school youth, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women FOUNDATION FOR ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT, INC. (FAD INC.) 1066 Remedios cor. San Bartolome Street, Malate 1004 Manila Philippines Ms. Ma. Cecilia Villa, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 4001827/ 5250428 Fax No.: (632) 5250428 Website: www.teenfad.ph E-mail: fadinc@pldtdsl.net / besvilla@yahoo.com Services provided: advocacy (adolescent sexuality and reproductive health), training (HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, violence against children)
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Special focus: poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (teenagers) GASTON Z. ORTIGAS PEACE INSTITUTE 2/F Hoffner Bldg, Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights 1108, Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Karen Taada, Executive Director Ms. Leony Rivera, Administrator Tel No.: (632) 4266122 / (632) 4266001 local 4826 Fax No.: (632) 4266064 Website: none Email: gzopeace@admu.edu.ph Services provided: advocacy (children in armed conflict), networking Special focus: children in armed conflict Clients: women and children HALIGI NG BATA, INC. 4 Faustino Street Isidora Hills, Subdv. Brgy. Holy Spirit, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines Mrs. Leticia L. Magaan, Executive Director Tel No.: (632)4300102 / (632) 4305222 Fax No.: (632) 9517511 Website: www.haligingbata.com Email: hbisdro@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, counseling, home visits, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general), training (UNCRC), disaster relief operations, microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (5-16 years old), families, women

HE CARES FOUNDATION 11 Acua Drive, Philvirra Homes, Project 8, 1106 Quezon City, Philippines Mr. Joe Dean Sola, Executive Director Mrs. Ardis Sola Tel No: (632) 9288910 (call 1:00 - 5:00 pm) Fax No.: (632) 4530100 Website: www. hecaresfoundation.com Email: hecaresfoundation@gmail.com Services provided: medical assistance, dental assistance, spiritual formation, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, livelihood training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, street children), counseling Special focus: street children Clients: girls and boys

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HOPE FOR THE YOUTH FOUNDATION, INC. 2418 Yangco Street, Gagalangin Tondo, 1013 Manila, Philippines Ms. Aleta Sison Santos, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 2539324 Webiste: None Email: hopeforyouth97@yahoo.com Services provided: spiritual formation, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, UNCRC, parental education), community organizing and mobilization Special focus: poor children in general Clients: girls and boys, families HUMANITARIAN LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION, INC. (HLAF) Unit 2209 Medical Plaza Ortigas Building, 25 San Miguel Avenue, Ortigas Center 1605 Pasig City, Philippines Atty. Rommel Alim Abitria, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 6348720 Website: www.hlafphil.org E-mail: rommel.abitria@hlafphil.org / ed.hlaf@gmail.com Services provided: legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, networking, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (children in conflict with the law), training (laws concerning children, paralegal training) Special focus: children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (all ages) ID INSTITUTE OF CHRIST THE REDEEMER (MEN AND WOMEN IDENTE MISSIONARIES) 23 Amsterdam Street, Capitol Park Homes, 1126 Quezon City, Philippines Sr. Pilar Martin, Provincial Superior Telefax No.: (632) 9327698 Website: www.idente.org Email: pilar.martin@identes.de Services provided: medical missions, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, spiritual formation, values formation program, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, Special focus: poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), women INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE FOR ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM (INAM) PHILIPPINES, INC. 82-A Malakas Street, Brgy. Pinyahan, Diliman, 1100 Quezon City Philippines Ms. Maria Cristina Parugao, Admin Officer Tel No.: (632) 9263356 / (632) 9264810 Fax No.: (632) 9285099 Website: www.inamphilippines.org E-mail: inam_phil@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, case management services, networking, advocacy
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(policy advocacy), training (health issues, Philippine Integrative Medicine Courses to communities) Special focus: street children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages) JOHN J. CARROLL INSTITUTE ON CHURCH AND SOCIAL ISSUES (JJCICSI) 2/F Benigno Mayo Hall, Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights 1108 Quezon City Philippines Ms. Gemma Rita Marin, Executive Director Ms. Melanie Ramos-Llana, Project Officer (Church and Family Life Desk) Tel No.: (632) 4266001 local 4655, 4656, 4666 Fax No.: (632) 4266070 Website: www.jjcicsi.org E-mail: gemmarin22@gmail.com / manayllana@yahoo.com Services provided: feeding/nutrition programs (Sagip Bata Supplemental Feeding Program), home visits, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, violence against children, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice, conferencing of cases of children, UNCRC, laws concerning children, corporal punishment and positive discipline, parental education), research and documentation, publications, natural family planning program Special focus: malnourished children, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, out of school youth, poor children in general Clients: boys and girls ages 3-6 years old (Sagip Bata Supplemental Feeding Program in Payatas); youth, women, families JUVENILE JUSTICE AND WELFARE COUNCIL (JJWC) DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 3/F DOJ Agencies Bldg., NIA Road, Diliman 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Undersecretary Alicia R. Bala, Chairperson Atty. Tricia Clare Oco, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 9275385 Website: none Email Address: jjwc.doj@gmail.com Services provided: networking, advocacy (children in conflict with the law, children in prison, children at risk), training (laws concerning children in conflict with the law and those at risk of committing crimes), research and documentation, and coordination and monitoring of the implementation of RA 9344 Special focus: children in conflict with the law, children at risk, children in prison Clients: girls and boys who are in conflict with the law

KAIBIGAN ERMITA OUTREACH FOUNDATION, INC. (KEOFI) 2546 Nakar Street, San Andres Bukid 1017 Manila, Philippines Ms. Susan Biteng, Director Tel No: (632) 5896665 Fax No.: (632) 5618508 Website: www.kaibiganfoundation.org
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Email: keofi@pldtdsl.net Services provided: medical assistance, dental assistance, counseling, home visits, family therapy, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (reproductive health, violence against women and children, parental education), community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: out of school youth, poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (9 to 21 years old), families, women KAISAHANG BUHAY FOUNDATION, INC. th 56 10 Ave., Cubao, Quezon City 1109 Philippines Ms. Rosario B. dela Rosa, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9114180/ (632) 9121159 / (632) 9121160 / (632) 9131469 Fax No.: (632) 9121160 Website: www2.mozcom.com/~kbf E-mail: kbf@mozcom.com Services provided: feeding/nutrition program, day care services, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general), training (parental education), microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: street children, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women KANLUNGAN SA ER-MA MINISTRY, INC. 2029 F.T. Benitez Street, Malate 1004 Manila, Philippines Ms. Sol M. Balbero, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 5261733 Fax No.: (632) 5230825 Website: www.kanlungansaerma.org E-mail: kanlungan_sa_erma@hotmail.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, legal assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorships/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, trafficking, Street children), training (reproductive health, UNCRC, parental education), drop in shelter for street children (6-18 years old), residential shelter for boys (6 to 10 years old) and girls (6-16 years old) Special focus: Street children, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), prostituted children Clients: girls (6-16 years old), boys (6-10 years old), families

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KATIPUNAN NG MAYKAPANSANAN SA PILIPINAS, INC. (KAMPI) U701 Merchant Square Condo, 1386 E. Rodriguez Ave cor. Mabolo Street Quezon City, Philippines Reccio Aguilar, Head Tel No.: (632) 4268868 Fax No.: (632) 4542083 Website: E-mail: bbcy406@pldtdsl.net Services provided: Provides assistance to Persons with Disabilities Special focus: Clients: persons with disabilities (15-24 young and adults, 0-14 children) KBCF OPERATION PAGLINGAP FOUNDATION, INC. th 34 11 Jamboree Street, Brgy. Sacred Heart, 1103 Quezon City, Philippines Dr. Sierry Tendero, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9277420 Fax No.: (632) 9286584 Website: www.kbcfpaglingap.com E-mail: sierry@hotmail.com Services provided: medical assistance/clinics (Botica Binhi), education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, livelihood assistance, spiritual formation, nutrition / feeding programs, relief assistance, community development, training and leadership development, day care learning center, assistance for PEPT, tutorial services, multi-purpose cooperative Special focus: poor children in general Clients: children LAURA VICUA FOUNDATION, INC. 3500 V. Mapa Extension, Sta. Mesa 1016 Manila, Philippines Sr. Maria Victoria P. Sta. Ana, FMA, Execute Director Tel No.: (632) 7147793 / (632) 7232342 Fax No.: (632) 7147428 Website: www.lauravicuna.com E-mail: lauravicuna2004@yahoo.com Services provided: feeding/ nutrition program, dental assistance, day care services, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, street children child laborers, policy advocacy), training (laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education, residential shelter (7-17 year old girls who are sexually abused, exploited and trafficked), research, publications (on child labor), community organizing/ mobilization, Youth Career Development Program Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girls and boys (4-17 years old), families, women

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LUNDUYAN PARA SA PAGPAPALAGANAP, PAGTATAGUYOD AT PAGTATANGGOL NG KARAPATANG PAMBATA FOUNDATION, INC. (LUNDUYAN) 17-17A Casmer Apartment, M. H. Del Pilar cor. Don Jose Street Brgy. San Roque, Cubao 1109 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Nelia Dychinco-Sevidal, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9133464 Fax No.: (632) 9117867 Website: none E-mail: mnellej@yahoo.com / kkkandit@yahoo.com Services provided: legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, case management services, values formation programs, networking, education sponsorships/ scholarship programs, advocacy (childrens rights), training (HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, Restorative Justice and Diversion, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), community organizing/mobilization, monitoring and evaluation Special focus: out of school youth; abandoned, neglected, orphaned children; trafficked children; abused children; children in conflict with the law; prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women MANILA BOYS TOWN COMPLEX Parang Marikina, 1809 Marikina City, Philippines Ms. Jean R. Ramas, Officer-in-Charge Tel No.: (632) 9485641 Fax No.: (632) 9426372 Website: none Email: none Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutritional programs, dental assistance, day care services, counseling, home visits, case management services, values formation program, networking, formal education, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, street children, violence against children/ domestic violence), residential shelter for girls boys (7-16 years old) Special focus: street children, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girls and boys (7-16 years old) MANILA YOUTH RECEPTION CENTER (MYRC) Lions Road, Arroceros Street, Manila, Philippines Mr. Jay Dela Fuente, Department Head, Manila Department of Social Welfare Office Ms. Lea Mirande,Officer-in-charge Tel No.: (632) 5271167/ (632) 5280619 Fax No.: (632) 5271167 Website: none E-mail: none Services provided: medical assistance, counseling, home visits, case management services, networking, non-formal education, advocacy (children in conflict with the law), detention center (girls and boys 15-17 years old) Special focus: children in conflict with the law in Manila Clients: girls and boys (15 17 years old)

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MISSIONARIES OF CHARITY Alay ng Puso, Del Pan Street, Binondo 1006 Manila, Phililppines Sr. Vita, Superior Tel No.: (632) 2428496 Fax No.: none Website: none E-mail: none Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, dental assistance, day care services, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, values formation, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (malnourished children), drop in shelter for street children, disaster relief operations Special focus: street children, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected, orphaned children, poor children in general, sick and malnourished children in the streets Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women MOLAVE YOUTH HOME - SOCIAL SERVICES DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (MYH-SSDD) Social Services Development Department Molave Youth Home, Quezon City Hall Compound 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Mrs. Ma. Teresa M. Mariano, City Government Department Head III Ms. Luzviminda A. Asia, Division Head Residential and Rehabilitation Division Tel No.: (632) 9241440 / (632) 9279779 / (632) 9261824 Fax No.: (632) 9241440 Website: none E-mail: none Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in conflict with the law), training (parental education), rehabilitation Center and services for girls and boys who are in conflict with the law Special focus: children in conflict with the law (CICL) Clients: girls and boys in conflict with the law (below 18 years old) NATIONAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION VIOLENCE AGIANST WOMEN AND CHILDREN DIVISION (VAWCD) NBI Office, Taft Avenue Malate 1104 Manila, Philippines Ms. Rosalina E. Chiong, Chief-VAWC Telefax No.: (632) 5256028 Website: www.nbi.gov.ph E-mail: none Services provided: psychological/ psychiatric services (only cases handled by NBI), networking, advocacy (child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, child laborers, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (laws concerning children, violence against women and children) Special focus: child laborers, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (all ages), women NATIONAL YOUTH COMMISSION 4/F, Bookman Building 373 Quezon Avenue Quezon City, Philippines
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Comm. Richard Alvin Nalupta, Chairman Tel No.: (632) 7499399/ (632) 7499401/ (632) 7499409 Fax No.: (632) 7812372 Website: www.youth.net.ph E-mail: nyc@youth.net.ph Services provided: advocacy (Magna Carta for Students, Adolescent and Youth Development, Youth Smoking Prevention, Environment, Anti-Drug Campaign, peace, ), free books for the youth, youth entrepreneurship program Special focus: issues of the youth Clients: girls and boys, youth NORFIL FOUNDATION, INC. 16 Mother Ignacia Avenue corner Roces Avenue, 1103 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Ma. Teresa R. Nuqui, Executive director Tel. No.: (632) 3723577 to 79 Fax No.: (632) 3732169 Website: www.norfil.com.ph E-mail: norphil_org@pldtdsl.net Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, day care services, counseling, home visits, family therapy, case management services, values formation program, networking, formal education, advocacy (childrens rights in general, trafficking, violence against children and women), training (HIV and AIDS, laws concerning children, UNCRC, parental education), community-based rehabilitation services for children with disability, residential care for unmarried mothers, domestic adoption program, research center for social welfare and development Special focus: abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, special children (children with disabilities) Clients: girls (0-4 years old), boys (0-3 years old), families, women ONESIMO BULILIT FOUNDATION, INC. 390 Fraternal Street, 1001 Quiapo, Manila, Philippines Mr. Daniel Wartenweiler, Program Coordinator Tel No.: (632) 735 1161 / (632) 734 6830 Fax No.: none Email: d.wartenweiler@onesimo.ch Website: www.onesimo.ch Services provided: spiritual formation, home visits, values formation, case management services, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), drop in shelter (girls and boys 6-14 years old), residential center (girls and boys 6-12 years old) Special focus: street children, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girls and boys (6-14 years old) OPEN HEART FOUNDATION WORLDWIDE, INC. 14 Peace Street, East Fairview, 1118 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Elnora C. Tabios, Executive Director
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Tel No.: (632) 4314340 Fax No.: (632) 4283520 Website: www.openheartfoundation.org.ph E-mail: nory_openheartfdn@yahoo.com / openheart@info.com.ph Services provided: medical assistance, feeding / nutrition program, dental assistance, day care services, counseling, home visits, family therapy, values formation, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, child laborers, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (reproductive health, Restorative Justice/ Diversion/ Mediation, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, UNCRC, parental education), group home for independent living of rehabilitated street children and children in conflict with the law, disaster relief operations, monitoring and evaluation Special focus: out of school youth, child laborers, abandoned, neglected, orphaned, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (3-21 years old), families, women OUR LADY OF SORROWS OUTREACH FOUNDATION, INC. 2130 FB Harrison Street 1300 Pasay City, Philippines Rev. Fr. Socrates C. Montealto,SSP, President/ Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 8314151 Fax No.: (632) 8325384 Website: www.geocities.com/olsofi E-mail: olsofi@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, case management services, values formation programs, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, advocacy (childrens rights in general, street children, violence against children), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, parental education) Special focus: children in communities Clients: girls and boys (all ages) PANGARAP FOUNDATION, INC. 2503 Taft Ave. corner Escobal Street, 1300 Pasay City, Philippines Bro. Francisco Tanega , FMSI, M.D., Executive Director Ms. Leah S. Lanzuela, RSW, MSSW, Program Director Telefax No.: (632) 8341061/ (632) 5513733 Website: www.pangarapfoundation.org.ph / www.sonsofmary.com E-mail: pangarapfoundation@yahoo.com, sonsft@info.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, dental assistance, day care services, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, children in conflict with the law, street children, violence against women and children), training (HIV and AIDS, case management for center-based programs), residential shelter, drop in shelter, rehabilitation services for boys, community organizing Special focus: street children, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law
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Clients: boys and girls (all ages), families, women PAPA JOHN CENTER, INC. Phase 2 Batasan, Freedom Park 1126 Quezon City, Philippines Gemma Bacuyag, Program Director Tel No.: (632) 4310704 (Quezon City)/ (632) 4321606 (Valenzuela) Fax No.: (632) 4310704 Website: none E-mail: gemsky1370@yahoo.com.ph Provides a skills Training for older girls 15 and above, tutorial center, educational sponsorship, home visitation, parental education, residential care program Clients: children ages 4 and above PARENTING FOUNDATION OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC. No. 19 Chapel Drive Mintcor, West Service Road Osmea Highway, 1770 Muntinlupa City, Philippines Ms. Ma. Paz U. De Guzman, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 6590340 Website: none E-mail: pfp_sw@yahoo.com.ph Services provided: counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, foster care and adoption), training (laws concerning children, UNCRC, foster care and adoption), alternative parental care in licensed foster homes, foster care, publications (on foster care and alternative parental care) Special focus: abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (sexual and physical), children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (all ages) PARENTS ALTERNATIVE ON EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT, INC. (PAECCD, INC.) 21- A1 Malvar Extension Street, Brgy. Bagumbuhay, Project 4, 1109 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Melissa San Miguel, Officer-in-Charge Telefax No.: (632) 4393104 Website: none Email: parents_alternative@yahoo.com Services provided: day care services, training (UNCRC, ECCD Program Development), advocacy (childrens rights in general) Special focus: poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (3-8 years old) PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION (PPA) DOJ Agencies Bldg., NIA Road cor East Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Mary Ann G. Navalta, Chief-Case Management and Records Division Tel No.: (632) 9276830 / (632) 9268224 Fax No.: (632) 9268224
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Website: www.probation.gov.ph E-mail: cmrd@probation.gov.ph Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (children in conflict with the law, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, parental education), research and documentation (success stories of probation, profile of clients) Special focus: children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and goys (13-18 years old) PARTNERSHIP OF PHILIPPINE SUPPORT SERVICE AGENCIES, INC. (PHILSSA) 3/F Street Joseph Cardinal Hoeffner Social Training Center, Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights 1108 Quezon City, Philippines Mr. Benedict Balderrama, National Coordinator Tel Nos.: (632) 4265994 / (632) 4260811 / (632) 4266001 local 4454 Telefax No.: (632) 4264328 Website: www.philssa.org.ph Email: philssa@pldtdsl.net Services provided: networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in conflict with the law, child laborers), training (violence against women and children, UNCRC), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: child laborers, poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, student formation Clients: girls and boys (all ages), women, families PASAY CITY NETWORK FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN 2442 Park Avenue Pasay City, Philippines Ms. Grace E. Ignacio, Executive Director Telefax No.: (632) 5101378 Website: none Email: jige_garcia@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, nonformal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (health issues, reproductive health, Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, corporal punishment, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, parental education), residential and rehabilitation services (network members) Special focus: street children, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, abused children (physical, sexual), children in conflict with the law, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (below 18 years old), families, women

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PASAY YOUTH HOME City Social Welfare and Development Office Pasadea Street, Pasay City Ms. Elbalyn G. Balboa, Center Manager Tel. No.: 831-8871 Website: none E-mail: none Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in conflict with the law), training (parental education), rehabilitation Center and services for girls and boys who are in conflict with the law Special focus: children in conflict with the law (CICL) Clients: girls and boys in conflict with the law (below 18 years old) PASTORAL CARE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN (PCWC) DIOCESE OF NOVALICHES 1ST Level St. Peter Parish, Commonwealth Avenue, 1112 Quezon City, Philippines Sr. Mary Adeline C. Abamo, SDS, PCWC-Coordinator Telefax No.: (632) 9517044 Website: none Special services: counseling, spiritual formation, home visitation, family therapy, psychological / psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training ( HIV and AIDS, Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, corporal punishment, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, UNCRC, parental education), community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned neglected, orphaned children, trafficked children, special children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (0-17 years old) PATHWAYS TO HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM - ATENEO Pathways office, Room 105, 1/F CCS Bldg. SDC Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights 1108 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Iva Tamis, Senior Project Officer Tel No.: (632) 4266001 local 4044 / (632) 9200153 Fax No.: (632) 9200153 Website: www.pathwaysphilippines.org Email: itamis@ateneo.edu Services provided: counseling, home visits, values formation program, education sponsorship/ scholarship program (linking with institutions and individuals for scholarships), non-formal education (tutorials and enrichment programs), advocacy (childrens rights in general, childrens right to quality education), training (parental education), community organizing/ mobilization
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Special focus: poor children in general, public high school students who are financially underprivileged Clients: girls and boys (14-21 years old), families PAYATAS ORIONE FOUNDATION, INC. 24 San Juan Evangelista Street, Payatas B, 1119 Quezon City, Philippines Fr. Kim Taegun, FDP, Executive Director Ms. Nikki Lou Duvali, Finance Officer Telefax No.: (632) 9326285 Website: none Email: guevarragina@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, day care services, spiritual formation, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, training (health issues) Special focus: out of school youth, poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women PEARL S. BUCK FOUNDATION PHILIPPINES, INC. 28-A Eugenio Lopez Street, South Triangle 1103 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Roslynn A. Reyes, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9255960 / (632) 9242946 Fax No.: (632) 9255960 Website: www.pearl-s-buck.org E-mail: execpsbp@pldtdsl.net Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, health and school attendance support, counseling, home visits, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, advocacy(childrens rights in general), community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, displaced, bi-racial and indigenous children Clients: girls and boys (6-12 years old) PHILIPPINE ACTION FOR YOUTH OFFENDERS (PAYO) c/o CBCP-ECPPC 470 General Luna Street, Intramuros 1002 Manila, Philippines (secretariat) Ms. Elnora Tabios, President Mr. Gerry Bernabe, Secretary Telefax No.: (632) 5274059 Website: none E-mail: payo1993@yahoo.com Services provided: networking, advocacy (children in conflict with the law, children in prison, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion / mediation), research and documentation, publication (on children in conflict with the law) Special focus: out of school youth, children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (children in conflict with the law) PHILIPPINE MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION Fax No.: (632) 9249297
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Website: www.pmha.org.ph E-mail: pmha1950@yahoo.com Services provided: clinical and diagnostic services (mental health), education information services on mental health, holistic therapeutic program and a sheltered workshop that provides work placement for persons with mental disabilities and children with special needs. Special focus: children with mental health problems Clients: children, men, women and families 18 East Ave. corner V. Luna Road, Diliman 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Ma. Regina G. De Jesus, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9214958 / (632) 9214959 PHILIPPINE AGAINST CHILD TRAFFICKING (PACT) Room 316 PSSC Building, Commonwealth Avenue, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Maria Salome Ujano, National Coordintor Telefax No.: (632) 9290347 Website: none Email: philippinecampaign@gmail.com Services provided: legal rights advocacy, counseling, case management services, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, trafficking), training (laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC), publications (on trafficking) Special focus: trafficked children Clients: girls and boys (all ages) PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL THEATER ASSOCIATION - CHILDRENS THEATER PROGRAM (PETA-CTP) 5 Eymard Drive, New Manila, 1112 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Marichu Belarmino, Program Director Ms. Abigail Guanlao-Billones, Deputy Program Director Tel No.: (632) 7256244 local 17-18 Fax No.: (632) 4100821 Website: www.petatheater.com Email: marichu.belarmino@gmail.com Services provided: training (theater for advocacy and development work), publications (childrens theater manuals, CD of songs on childrens rights, cards) Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), NGO staff and caregivers PHILIPPINE CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER (PCMC) Agham Road corner Quezon Avenue, Diliman 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Dr. Julius A. Lecciones, Director Tel No.: (632) 9246601 local 201 or 203 Fax No.: (632) 9240840 Website: site under construction E-mail: none Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental service, day care
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services, counseling spiritual formation, hoem visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, violence against children), training (health issues, reproductive health, violence against women and children, parental education), treatment facilities for children, research and documentation, publications, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: Street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, special children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (all ages) PHILIPPINE CHILDRENS MINISTRY NETWORK (PCMN) 1853-E Sta. Rita Street, Guadalupe Nuevo 1212 Makati City, Philippines Ms. Josefina C. Gutierrez, National Director Tel No.: (632) 7515225 Fax No.: (632) 8810568 Website: www.pcmn.org E-mail: info@pcmn.org Special services: advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, trafficking, child laborers, violence against women and children, training (laws concerning children, paralegal training, UNCRC, parental education) Special focus: poor children in general Clients: boys and girls (all ages), families PHILIPPINE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (PDEA) OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT PDEA Bldg., NIA Northside Road, National Government Center, Barangay Pinyahan 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Senior Undersecretary Dionisio R. Santiago, PDEA Director General 24 hour hotline Tel Nos: (632) 9279702 / (632) 9283534 / (632) 9280090 / (632) 9286829 / (632) 9284060 Fax No.: (632) 9291106 / (632) 9272899 Website: www.pdea.gov.ph Email: pdea_pos@pdea.gov.ph PHILIPPINE HUMAN RIGHTS INFORMATION CENTER (PhilRights) 57 B Maliksi Street, Brgy. Pinyahan 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Dr. Nymia Pimentel-Simbulan, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 4331714 / (632) 4264048 Fax No.: (632) 4331714] Website: www.philrights.org Email: philrights@philrights.org Services provided: advocacy (childrens rights in general, children in armed conflict), training (UNCRC), research and documentation, publications (on child soldiers) Special focus: children in armed conflict Clients: boys and girls (all ages), families PHILIPPINE JESUIT PRISON SERVICE, INC. (PJPS) Ina ng Awa Parish Compound, NBP Reservation, Muntinlupa City 1776 Philippines
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Fr. Joseph Hao, SJ, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 7101837 Fax No.: (63 2) 6590513 Website: www.jesuitprisonservice.org E-mail: jesuitprisonservice@gmail.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, values formation program, networking, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (children in conflict with the law, children in prison), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion, laws concerning children, paralegal training), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: children in conflict with the law, prisoners, children of inmates Clients: prisoners at the New Bilibid Prisons PHILIPPINE MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION 18 East Ave. corner V. Luna Road, Diliman 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Ma. Regina G. De Jesus, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9214958 / (632) 9214959 Fax No.: (632) 9249297 Website: www.pmha.org.ph E-mail: pmha1950@yahoo.com Services provided: clinical and diagnostic services (mental health), education information services on mental health, holistic therapeutic program and a sheltered workshop that provides work placement for persons with mental disabilities and children with special needs. Special focus: children with mental health problems Clients: children, men, women and families PLAN PHILIPPINES (FOSTER PARENTS PLAN, INC.) 7/F Salustiana D.Ty Towers, 104 Paseo de Roxas cor. Perea Sts., Legaspi Village, 1229 Makati City, Philippines Ms. Hope E. Tura, Country Governance Advisor Tel No.: (632) 8173871 Fax No.: (632) 8403940 Website: www.plan-international.org E-mail: hope.tura@plan-international.org Services provided: medical assistance (done in partnership with LGUs), feeding/ nutrition program (done in partnership with LGUs), provision of day care service materials and organizing supervised neighborhood play groups, home visits, psychological/psychiatric services, values formation, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, nonformal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, child laborers, violence against children and women, policy advocacy, children in disaster situations, childrens participation in governance), training (health issues, Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), rehabilitation services (upgrade of facilities for abused and trafficked children), research and documentation, publication, disaster relief operations, microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: out of school youth, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women
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PRECIOUS JEWELS MINISTRY PO Box 3356 Manila 1099 Philippines Lorraine Anderson, Head Telefax No.: (632) 9215860 Website: www.preciousjewels.org E-mail: pjewels87@gmail.com Services provided: Provides values formation, non-formal education, home visitation, livelihood assistance, training and education on child caring, early child care services (medical and other support) Special focus: Clients: children at risk, families PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT AND CHILDRENS RIGHTS RESOURCE CENTER (PSTCRRC) Unit 1501 Future Point Plaza I, 112 Panay Avenue, Brgy. South Triangle 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Ms.Elizabeth Protacio-De Castro, Director Telefax No.: (632) 3766388 Website: www.pstcrrc.org E-mail: pstcrrc@gmail.com Services provided: advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, children in armed conflict, violence against children / domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (parental education), psychosocial help, research and documentation, publication (child pornography, child abuse, child domestic workers, child protection, child soldiers, childrens participation, peace and conflict resolution, emergencies and disasters), monitoring and evaluation Special focus: Street children, child laborers, out of school youth, trafficked children, abused children, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, prostituted children Clients: focus of research are issues of children PUBLIC ATTORNEYS OFFICE DOJ Agencies Bldg., NIA Road, East Ave, Diliman, Quezon City 1100 Philippines Atty. Persida Rueda-Acosta, Chief Public Attorney Tel No.: (632) 9299010 / (632) 9276810 Fax No.: (632) 9262878 Website: www.doj.gov.ph/agencies/pao.html E-mail: pao_executive@yahoo.com Services provided: free legal assistance for indigent people Special focus: indigent people requiring free legal assistance, children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (below 18 years old), people needing free legal assistance SAGIP-MUNTINLUPA (SAKLOLO AT GABAY NG INAT PAMILYA) 2/F Contessa Building, National Road cor. Rizal Street, Barangay Poblacion 1776 Muntinlupa City, Philippines Ms. Adelfa R. De Guzman, Project Manager
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Tel No.: (632) 8620061 to 63 Fax No.: (632) 8620065 Website: none E-mail: sagipcenter@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, counseling, home visits, family therapy, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, violence against children and women), training (laws concerning children, violence against women and children, parental education), emergency shelter (abused girls and boys 0-13 years old; abused women) Special focus: abused children (physical and sexual), abused women Clients: girls and boys (0-17 years old), families, women SALINLAHI ALLIANCE FOR CHILDRENS CONCERNS 21-A1 Malvar Extension, Barangay Bagumbuhay, Project 4 1109 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Sophia Flor P. Garduce, Officer-in-Charge Telefax No.: (632) 4393104 Website: www.salinlahiphilippines.org E-mail: salinlahiphilippines@yahoo.com Services provided: advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children, policy advocacy), training (Restorative Justice/ mediation/ diversion, laws concerning children, violence against children, UNCRC), research and documentation, publications (on the situation of children) Special focus: child laborers, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (8-17 years old) SAMAHAN NG MAMAMAYAN - ZONE ONE TONDO, INC. Blk. 31 Lot C1-3 Maya-Maya Street Phase 2. Dagat-Dagatan, 1485 Navotas City, Philippines Mr. Rodelio Ablir, Executive Director Ms. Maria Cristina Reodique, Project Officer for Adult Organizing Child Rights Program Tel No.: (632) 2850254 Fax No.: (632) 2880370 Website: none E-mail: sm_zoto@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutritional program, day care services, counseling, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, violence against children and women, UNCRC, community organizing, strategic planning), disaster relief operations, microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women SARILAYA, INC. (KASARIAN-KALAYAAN) 32 Masikap Street, Brgy. Pinyahan, 1100 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Myra Bawar, Program Coordinator Telefax No.: (632) 4340969
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Website: none Email: sarilaya@skydsl.com.ph / sarilaya2003@yahoo.com Services provided: feeding/ nutrition program, day care services, legal assistance for VAW cases, legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, values formation program, networking, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, trafficking, violence against women and children, policy advocacy, womens rights), training (health issues, reproductive health, laws concerning women and children, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education, alternative lifestyle), community organizing Special focus: out of school youth, DCC/ ECCD Clients: girls and boys (5 to 6 and 16 to 21 years old), women SAVE THE CHILDREN SWEDEN AND SAVE THE CHILDREN US Save the Children Sweden: 3/F OTM Bldg., Scout Tuason Street, Brgy. South Triangle, 1103 Quezon City, Philippines Save the Children US: 1 Encarnacio Street cor. Lapu-Lapu Avenue, Magallanes Village 1232 Makati City, Philippines SCSCSCSCSweden: Ms. Rowena D. Cordero, Country Director US: Ms. Latha Caleb, Country Director Sweden: Telefax No.: (632) 3723483 US: Tel No.: (632) 8525408 / (632) 8523059 Fax No.: (632) 8530215 SC- Sweden Website: www.seap.savethechildren.se SC- US Website: www.savechildren.org SC-Sweden E-mail: scsphil@scsphil.pldtdsl.ph SC- US Email: lcaleb@savechildren.org Services provided: feeding/ nutrition programs, day care services, legal rights advocacy, home visits, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, children in conflict with the law, street children, children in armed conflict, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy, legal ban on corporal punishment, promotion of positive discipline, reproductive health, newborn and child survival), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, corporal punishment, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), research and documentation, publications, disaster relief operations, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: street children, out of school youth, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, prostituted children, children under the age of 5, child hunger, adolescents engaging in risky behavior, children affected by HIV and AIDS Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women (maternal and child health) SELF-ENHANCEMENT FOR LIFE FOUNDATION , INC. Unit 506 South Gate Building, Finance Avenue, Madrigal Business Park 1780 Alabang, Muntinlupa City Philippines Gigi Magat, Administrative Head Tel No.: (632) 8093491/ (632) 8097235 Fax No.: (632) 8097235 Website: http://www.selfoundation.com/home.html E-mail: self@pldtdsl.net Conducts alternative therapy sessions, family program, music and art training, computer skills development, spiritual development, residential treatment program, psychotherapy and counseling, attitude formation training, aftercare formation training
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SENDEN HOME 2922 Pedro Gil Street Sta. Ana 1009 Manila, Philippines Ms. Josie Villanueva, Social Worker Tel No.: (632) 5637271 Fax No.: (632) 5628886 Website: none E-mail: senden@tri-isys.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, dental assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, case management services, values formation program, networking, educational sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, advocacy (street children), drop in shelter and residential shelter (boys 7-12 years old) Special focus: street children, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, poor children in general Clients: boys (7-12 years old) SENTRO NG ALTERNATIBONG LINGAP PANLEGAL (SALIGAN) G/F Hoffner Building, Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, 1108 Quezon City, Philippines Atty. Arnold F. De Vera, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 4265690 Fax No.: (632) 4266124 Website: www.saligan.org E-mail: saligan@saligan.org Services provided: networking, advocacy (child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, violence against women and children), training (reproductive health, violence against women and children, paralegal training) Special focus: abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girl children (12 years old and above), women SERRAS CENTER FOR GIRLS 162 Sinciego Street, FB Harrison 1300 Pasay City, Philippines Sr. Nida C. Viovicente, OSR, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 5244083/ (632) 5254705 Fax No.: (632) 5244083/ (632) 5254705 Website: none E-mail: serracenter@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care services, legal assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood training (limited), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, violence against women and children), training (family therapy, case management for girls), drop in shelter and residential shelter (girls 12-18 years old), rehabilitation services for girls
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Special focus: trafficked children, sexually abused children, prostituted children and women Clients: sexually abused girls (12-18 years old), families, women SILONG TANGLAW FOUNDATION, INC. 644 G. Araneta Ave. cor. Kaliraya Street, 1113 Tatalon Quezon City, Philippines Rev. Fr. Gerardo Yabyabin, OSJ, Administrator Telefax No.: (632) 7423099 Website: www.silongtanglaw.org E-mail: info_silongtanglaw@yahoo.com Services provided: spiritual formation, home visits, psychological/psychiatric assistance, case management services, values formation program, formal education, residential services ( boys 6-12 years old), advocacy (childrens rights in general) Special focus: abandoned and orphaned children, poor children in general Clients: boys (8-17 years old) SPECS FOUNDATION, INC. Admin Office: GF Sunset View Tower Condominium 2230 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City, Metro Manila-1300 Philippines Tel. No.: (632) 552-7030 Home for Girls: Lot 1, Block 59, Street Peter cor. Sampaguita Sts., Maricaban, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines Tel. No.: (632) 844-1818 Telefax No.: (632) 512-5708 Home For Boys: 629 Rodriguez, M. dela Cruz, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines Telefax No.: (632) 844-1818 Drop-In Center: 7345 A. Bonifacio Ext., San Dionisio, Paranaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines Telefax No.: (632) 825-5326 Ms. Sandra Camesa, Executive Director Website: www.specsfoundation.org/ E-mail: specs_incorporated@yahoo.com / specshr@yahoo.com Services provided: day care services, educational sponsorship, emergency and residential shelter livelihood training, Alternative Learning System (ALS) program Special focus: Clients: children ST. MARIA DE MATIAS CENTER 90 Ipil Street, Marikina Heights, 1810 Marikina City, Philippines Sr. Maria Grazia Damato, Director Tel No.: (632) 9512510/ (632) 9415166 Fax No.: (632) 9415166 Website: none E-mail: marygracedamato@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutritional programs, counseling, spiritual formation, case management services, values formation program, Special focus: abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, poor children in general
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Clients: girls (7-18 years old) SUN FOR ALL CHILDREN 1372 Gomez Street, 1007 Paco, Manila, Philippines P.O box E.A. 96 1000 Malate Manila Mr. Romai Gerard A. Von Arx, Founding President Tel No.: (632) 5630601 / (632) 5640649 Fax No.: (632) 5630601 Website: www.sunforallchildren.org / http://sfachildbravehoStreetcom/ http://sfachild.org.hostking E-mail: sunforallphil@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, legal advocacy, counseling, home visits, case management services, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children violence against children, policy advocacy), training (health issues, Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, laws concerning children, violence against children, paralegal training, UNCRC, parental education), research and documentation, publications Special focus: street children, out of school youth, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, prostituted children, Badjao/ Muslim and indigenous children Clients: girls and boys below 18 years old (school age only) TAHANAN OUTREACH PROJECTS AND SERVICES, INC. (T.O.P.S) 2589 Sta. Clara Street cor. Leiva & Syquia Sts. Sta. Ana, 1009 Manila, Philippines Ms. Concepcion J. Morales, Officer-in-Charge/ Admin Officer Tel No.: (632) 5634241 / (632) 5644338 Fax No.: (632) 5644338 Website: none Email: none Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, dental assistance, day care services, legal assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, psychological services, case management services, values formation program, networking, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, street children), training (health issues, laws concerning children, parental education), residential shelter (boys 7-12 years old), drop in shelter for street children (girls and boys 6-14 years old) Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected, orphaned, abused children (physical and sexual), children in conflict with the law Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families TAHANAN STA. LUISA, INC. 42 Berlin Street, Capitol Park Homes Subdivision, Old Balara 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Mercy R. Cabrillas, Center Director Telefax No.: (632) 9319853 Website: www.tahananstaluisa.org E-mail: tahananstaluisainc@yahoo.com / tahananstaluisainc@gmail.com Services provided: counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, non-formal education,
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Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy ( child physical and sexual abuse, childrens rights in general), residential shelter for girls (11-15 years old) Special focus: street children, abused children (physical and sexual), prostituted children Clients: sexually abused, prostituted street girls (11-15 years old) THE LOVE INSTITUTE Unit 302, 3/F MQI Center # 42 Esteban Abada, Loyola Heights 1108 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Pia Acevedo, Managing Director Tel No: (632) 4364143 Fax No: none Website: www.theloveinstitute.com Email: love.institute@yahoo.com Services provided: counseling, family therapy, values formation, non-formal education, advocacy (childrens rights in general, campaign against corporal punishment), training (reproductive health, corporal punishment, parental education) Special focus: family conflicts Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women

TULAY NG KABATAAN FOUNDATION 108 Kalayaan Avenue, Barangay Central, Diliman 1100 Quezon City Philippines Rev. Fr. Jean-Franois Thomas, SJ, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9222745/ (632) 92534 81 Fax No.: (632) 9253481 Website: www.tnkfoundation.org E-mail: foundationtnk@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care services, legal assistance, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, violence against children and women), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, parental education), emergency shelter, drop in shelter, residential shelter, rehabilitation services, community organizing/mobilization Special focus: street children, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, special children, children abused (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (0-18 years old) TULOY FOUNDATION, INC. Tuloy sa Don Bosco Streetchildren Village, Alabang-Zapote Rd., cor. San Jose Village, Alabang, 1770 Muntinlupa City, Philippines Mr. Ramon Fabie, Director-Corporate Affairs Tel No.: (632) 7750683, (632) 7750484 Fax No.: (632) 7750483 Website: www.tuloy.org E-mail: fr_rocky@yahoo.com

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Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care service, counseling, spiritual formation psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, street children, child laborers, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), residential shelter (boys and girls ages 9 to 18 years old) Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (9-18 years old) UNITED NATIONS CHILDRENS FUND (UNICEF) 31/F, Yuchengco Tower, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) Plaza, Ayala Avenue corner Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City Philippines Ms. Natalie McCauley, Chief Child Protection Atty. Alberto T. Muyot Ms. Fe Dacanay, Program Assistant Tel No.: (632) 9010130 Fax No.: (63 2) 7294527 Website: www.unicef.org E-mail: fdacanay@unicef.org Services provided: legal rights advocacy, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual and physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, children in prison, street children, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children, policy advocacy, alternative family care, children in commercial sexual exploitation, child pornography, child protection in emergencies), training (Restorative Justice/ diversion/ mediation, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, UNCRC), research and documentation, publications (on issues of children), disaster relief operations Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict, prostituted children Clients: children, women, and families UP PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL CHILD PROTECTION UNIT (UP PGH- CPU) Department of Pediatrics, Philippine General Hospital Taft Avenue, 1000 Ermita Manila, Philippines Dr. Bernadette Madrid, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 526-8418 / (632) 5548400 local 2213 - 2214 Fax No.: (632) 524-1512 Website: www.cpu-net.org.ph / www.childprotection.org.ph Email: pgh.cpu@gmail.com Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, counseling, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, advocacy (child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (health issues, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, parental education), research and documentation Special focus: abused children (physical and sexual)
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Clients: girls and boys (0-17 years old) VIDES PHILIPPINES VOLUNTEERS FOUNDATION, INC. 3500 V. Mapa Extension, Sta. Mesa 1016 Manila, Philippines Sr. Ma. Josefina S. Carrasco, FMA Tel No.: (632) 7165097 / (632) 7035606 Fax No.: (632) 7165097 / (632) 7156740 Website: www.videsphil.multiply.com Email: videspinoy@gmail.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition program, spiritual formation, home visits, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, advocacy (childrens rights in general), training (UNCRC), disaster relief operations, microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: out of school youth, poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (7-18 years old) VINCENTIAN MISSIONARIES SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, INC. 18 St. Martin Street, Rosallia Village II, Tandang Sora Avenue 1116 Quezon City, Philippines Fr. Joselito S. Sarabia, CM, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 9309415 Fax No.: (632) 4536944 Website: cmvmsdfi@yahoo.com Service provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care services, counseling, spiritual formation, values formation programs, networking, non-formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse), training (health issues, violence against women and children, UNCRC, parental education), drop in shelter (5-20 years old), microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: child laborers, out of school youth, special children, poor children in general Clients: boys and girls (all ages), families, women VIRLANIE FOUNDATION 4055 Yague Street, Barangay Singkamas, Makati City Mr. Dominique Lemay, Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 8962289 / (632) 8955260 Fax No.: (632) 8955232 Website: www.virlanie.org E-mail: virlanie.communication@gmail.com, virlanie@vasia.com Services provided: education sponsorship/ scholarship program, emergency shelter, legal rights advocacy, medical services, networking, non-formal education, psychiatric/psychological counseling, , residential services for CICL, livelihood and vocational skills training, treatment and rehabilitation of child sexual abuse Special focus: Clients: children, women, and families VISAYAN FORUM FOUNDATION, INC.
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#18 12th Avenue Brgy. Socorro, Murphy, Cubao 1109 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Cecilia Flores-Oebanda, President and Executive Director Tel No.: (632) 7090711 / (632) 7090573 Fax No.: (632) 4219423 Website: www.visayanforum.org Email: visyanforum@pldtdsl.net Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/ nutrition programs, dental assistance, day care services, legal assistance (for trafficking and child labor cases), legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological/ psychiatric services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning Systems (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child physical abuse, trafficking, child laborers, violence against children/ domestic violence, policy advocacy), training (reproductive health, laws concerning children, UNCRC, parental education), emergency and residential shelter (girls 17 years old and below), rehabilitation services for girls, monitoring and evaluation, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: child laborers, out of school youth, trafficked children, abused child domestic workers and children at risk of being trafficked or entering child labor Clients: girls and boys (10-17 years old) VOLUNTEERS OF CHRIST PHILIPPINE CHARTER, INC. Mezzanine Flr., Glory to God Building, Sampaguita Street, Mapayapa 3, Pasong Tamo, 1111 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Vilma Awa-ao, Program Coordinator Tel No.: (632) 3843765/ (632) 7105994 Fax No.: none Website: www.volunteersofchrist.multiply.com E-mail: crossoverlife@yahoo.com Services provided: feeding/ nutrition program, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, nonformal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, child laborers), training (laws concerning children, UNCRC, parental education, computer literacy), community organizing/ mobilization, parents organization, Bayanihan Savings Special focus: child laborers, out of school youth, poor children in general Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families WOMENS CRISIS CENTER (WCC) 3/F Trauma Building Extension, East Avenue Medical Center, East Avenue, 1101 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Theresa D. Balayon, Executive Officer Tel No.: (632) 9225235 / (632) 9267744 Fax No.: (632) 9292590 Website: none Email: wccmanila@pacific.net.ph Services provided: medical assistance, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, home visits, case management services, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, advocacy (violence against women and children, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, training (violence against women and children)
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Special focus: trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), prostituted children Clients: girls and boys (0-18 years old), families, women

WORLD VISION DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, INC. 389 Quezon Avenue corner West 16th St, 1104 Quezon City, Philippines Ms. Cherry Marcelo, Child Protection Specialist Tel No.: (632) 3747618 to 28 Fax No.: (632) 3764863 / (632) 3747660 Website: www.worldvision.org.ph E-mail: wv_phil@wvi.org, cherry_marcelo@wvi.org Services provided: feeding/ nutrition program, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, child laborers, children in armed conflict, violence against children and women, policy advocacy, health issues, disaster risk reduction, HIV and AIDS), training (health issues, HIV and AIDS, corporal punishment, laws concerning children, violence against women and children, paralegal training, UNCRC, parental education), research and documentation, publications, disaster relief operations, monitoring and evaluation, microfinance, community organizing/ mobilization Special focus: street children, child laborers, out of school youth, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), poor children in general, children in conflict with the law, children in armed conflict Clients: girls and boys (all ages), families, women

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REGIONAL/PROVINCIAL

Cordillera Autonomous Region (CAR)


CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES PHILIPPINES (CFSPI) 11 Manzanilla Subdivision, Easter Road, Baguio City Ms. Elita Herrero, Executive Director Tel. No.: (074)4453800, (074)4426156 Website: www.csfpi.org.ph Email: info@cfspi.org.ph Services provided: juvenile justice program, advocacy, livelihood, therapy, youth development program and residential for CICL

Region 3
PEOPLES RECOVERY EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELEOPMENT ASSISTANCE (PREDA FOUNDATION, INC.) Upper Kalaklan, Olongapo City 2200, Philippines Fr. Shay Cullen, President and CEO Mr. Alex Hermoso, Program Director Tel. No.: (047) 2239629/ (047) 2239630 Fax No.: (047) 2239628 Website: www.preda.org / www. preda.net E-mail: preda@info.com.ph / predair@info.com.ph Services provided: feeding/nutrition program, legal assistance, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, family therapy, psychological services, case management services, values formation program, networking, education sponsorship/ scholarship program, non-formal education, formal education, Alternative Learning System (ALS), livelihood and vocational training, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, trafficking, children in conflict with the law, street children, violence against women and children, policy advocacy, governance), training (HIV and AIDS, Restorative Justice and diversion, laws concerning children, paralegal training, violence against women and children, UNCRC), drop in shelter, residential shelter (children ages 7-17 years old), rehabilitation of sexually abused and prostituted girls, shelter and rehabilitation of male children in conflict with the law Special focus: street children, trafficked children, abused children (physical and sexual), children in conflict with the law, prostituted children
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Clients: girls and boys (7-17 years old)

Region 4-A
AHON SA KALYE MINISTRIES Rm 2-F, 2/F Carillo Building, Mabini cor. San Vicente Sts., San Pedro, Laguna 4023 Philippines Grace Home: Blk 12 Lot 1, Falcon Street, Camella Woodhills, Brgy. San Antonio, San Pedro, Laguna 4023 Philippines Rev. Raul Muana , Head Telefax.: (632) 8470147 Grace Home: (632) 8685394 Website: http://www.ahon-sa-kalye.4t.com/index.html E-mail: ahon_sa_kalye@yahoo.com Provides a shelter for Street children and youth in conflict with the law (Grace Home), education and skills training, livelihood training and assistance, legal assistance to street children and youth in conflict with the law, advocacy on child-related/ urban poor issues, counseling, feeding for underprivileged children, relief operations, medical missions, training seminars Clients: Street children, children in conflict with the law and Street families TAHANANG PAGHUBOG MOTHER BONIFACIA Sta. Rita Road, Brgy. Kaybagal, 4120 Tagaytay City, Philippines Sr. Ma. Paz Banaria, SSJ, Apostolate Coordinator Telefax No.: (046) 4831551 Website: none E-mail: pazssj@yahoo.com Services provided: medical assistance, feeding/nutritional programs, legal rights advocacy, counseling, spiritual formation, home visits, case management services, values formation program, networking, advocacy (childrens rights in general, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, violence against children/ domestic violence), training (violence against women and children, paralegal training), residential shelter (girls 12-26 years old) Special focus: abandoned, neglected and orphaned children, abused children (physical and sexual) Clients: girls (12-26 years old)

Region 6
ILOILO JUVENILE WELFARE ASSOCIATION, INC. (BALAY-DALAYUNAN) Zone II Bo. Obrero, La Paz, Iloilo City Ms. Ma. Fatima Agabe, Executive Director Tel. No.: (033)3351612 Services provided: temporary shelter, rehabilitation, educational assistance, PST, spiritual information DON BOSCO BOYS HOME AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING PD Monfort South, Dumangas, Iloilo City
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Father Fernando Peralta, Director Tel. No.: (033)3612500 Services provided: shelter, food/clothing, education, moral & spiritual values, trainings and seminars UNIVERSITY OF ST. LA SALLE FOUNDATION INC. PAG-ASA YOUTH CENTER USLS Granda Campus, Alangilan, Bacolod City Father Gus Boquer FSC.D, President Tel. No.: (034)7038988 Services provided: temporary residential care and rehabilitation of CICL, educational assistance, PST & Legal services, spiritual information Clients: youth offenders and juvenile delinquents

Region 7
CHILDRENS LEGAL BUREAU (CLB-CEBU CITY) 10 Queens Road, Camputhaw, Cebu City Atty. Joan Saniel, Executive Director Tel. No.: (032)2545091 Website: clbphils@smartbro.net Email: clbphils@pacific.net.ph Services provided: legal services, counseling, referrals Clients: family and child FREE LEGAL ASSISTANCE VOLUNTEERS ASSOCIATION INC. (FREELAVA) Room 207 2nd Floor Mingson Building Corner Juan Luna and Zamora Streets, Cebu City Mr. Antonio C. Auditor, Executive Director Tel. No.: (032)2547739, (032)2562718 Website: Email: freelava@mozcom.com Services provided: (Center-based) temporary shelter, rehabilitation, counseling, psychosocial, medical, dental, sports, drug awareness, formal education, skills training, tutorial (Communitybased) free legal assistance, fact-finding, policy advocacy, psychosocial, skills training/livelihood, post release care, community organizing, value formation, health education, street children, food, nutrition Special focus: children in conflict with the law

Region 8
HAVEN OF HOPE Gate#164 Lucban Street, Magallanes, Brgy. 62 Tacloban City Ms. Sarah Cha, Center Manager
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Services provided: residential care, homelife services, social services, educational, recreational, spiritual, medical, psychological, psychiatric LEYTE SAMAR CENTER FOR CHANGE FOUNDATION, INC. Brgy. Gamay, Burauen, Leyte Sister Margaret Pashley, Aministrator Tel. No.: (053)3224358, (053)3326338 Services provided: homelife, counseling, new laws, education & spiritual services Clients: street/rugby boys PERFETTA LETIZIA CHILDRENS HOME INC. Brgy. Bugas, Borongan, Eastern Samar Sister Gracia Valentino. Administrator Tel. No.: 0918-6831301 Services provided: residential care, family life service, health care & nutrition, educational spiritual services Clients: orphaned and abandoned male and female ages 0-4, neglected children 5-18 years old.

Region 9
CARMELITE HOME FOR CHILDREN PRK Mangga, Sicayab, 7100 Dipolog City, Zamboanga del Norte Sister Patrocinia A. Labordo, BVMC, Directress Tel. No.: (065)2125847 Services provided: temporary shelter, social, homelife, religious, educational, referral services, socio-cultural, recreational activities, child placement Clients: orphaned, abandoned, neglected children

Region 10
BALAOD MINDANAW CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY 18 Pacana Burgos Street, Cagayan de Oro City Atty. Arlene Bag-Ao, Executive Director Tel. No.: (088)2273402 Website: balaod@balaymindanaw.org Email: balaod@cdo.webling.com Services provided: legal assistance, research, advocacy and networking for the protection of childrens rights

Region 11

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KABATAAN CONSORTIUM 14 Leo Street, GSIS Subdivision, Matina, Davao City Mr. Bernie Mondragon, Executive Director Tel. No.: (082)2994183 Services provided: advocacy, networking, research on the promotion and protection of childrens rights TAMBAYAN CENTER FOR CHILDRENS RIGHTS 63 Artiaga Street, Davao City 8000 Ms. Edith Ong-Casiple, Executive Director Tel. No.: (082)2221025 Email: tambay@mozcom.com Services provided: Drop-in center, therapy, counseling, educational service, skills training, medical services, legal services Clients: street children girls aging 9-18 years old FOUNDATION BALAY PASILUNGAN, INC 817 Datu Bago Street, Bankerohan, Davao City Mr. Paul Tanuan, Program Coordinator Tel. No.: (082)2212922, (082)2214442 Email: bapes@webling.com Services provided: residential care services for street children, community-based services, trainings among others Clients: street boys 5-15 years old, abandoned, neglected

Region 12
MARCELLIN FOUNDATION 256 Nuestra de La Paz Street 9500 General Santos City Brother Crispin P. Betita, FMS Tel. No.: (083)5522562 Fax: (083)5523385 Website: www.marcellin.org Email: cbetta2@yahoo.com Services provided: to provide assistance to children at risk (CAR), children in conflict with the law (CICL) and high risk youth who might end up as youth offenders, to implement a system of community support for Juvenile Justice, Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC) Youth Program, Diversion Program based on Restorative Justice, Family cooperation and support for CAR and CICL, LGU partnership role. Clients: children at risk, children in conflict with the law

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