The new house, painted in fresh colors with bright rooms, has just been furnished with purpose. Two days a week, for four hours each, young women come to the center to find new perspectives for their lives. They are former slaves of the so-called Islamic State, who have been freed in the meantime, but suffer from the terrible experiences in their captivity, are deeply traumatized.
Four staff and six volunteers work here with 25 to 30 young women between the ages of 18 and 27. There is individual counseling as well as group singing, arts and crafts, English classes and small group personal development classes.
Later, sports and music courses will be offered, as well as vocational courses.