At JUCONI we are convinced that reducing family violence is the best way to build a better society for all of us.

For 25 years, our work has been to prevent and heal the aftermath of the family violence that affects girls, children, youths and families living in extreme poverty and who have been in a street situation. Our work is made up of 3 major pillars 3 major pillars: Our JUCONI program, the T.S.C. and Incidence

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The JUCONI program gives personalized attention to children, youths and their families who are caught up in cycles of violence and poverty.

The JUCONI program has educators who constantly go through the city to locate this excluded population and invite them to join the program.

80% of those who have been attended in the JUCONI program have broken the cycle of poverty and violence, achieving their permanent social integration.

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  • We strengthen high-risk families, especially children in the critical ages of 0-6 to ensure their full development
  • We help young people and adults to successfully participate in the labor market and to have better opportunities
  • We carry out intensive educational-therapeutic interventions and long-term personalized attention to heal the aftermath of family violence
  • We orient all children and young people toward further education
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JUCONI House

Casa JUCONI

Youth House

Casa de Jovenes
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Every year we professionalize 530 people working in nonprofit organizations, government programs and schools.

We research and develop successful educational-therapeutic methods with the continued support of international experts

International
JUCONI
Congress

Influence public policies to strengthen protection systems for children and improve public services for families

Share methodologies and proven techniques with other national and international organizations

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International
JUCONI
Congress

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More than 50 national and international speakers.

450 participants (CSO's, government and professional institutions institutions that attend people affected by violence)