Social and Special Area
Family Mentor is a start-up organization in Bali. It was set up by a Danish-educated teacher. Family Mentor guides and supports vulnerable families in Bali in their own home. The purpose is to help the family create a long-term solution for their structure and well-being. Family Mentor works with the English-language organization "The Jack Price Project" which creates free activities for vulnerable children in Bali. In an internship at Family Mentor, you will experience both the mentor part and also the activity part at The Jack Price Project.
- Parental cooperation
- Working with vulnerable families in their homes
- Independent initiatives
- Creative ventures
- Close relationship work
- Robustness and maturity to meet vulnerable families in their homes
Widhya Asih Foundation Children’s Home
Widhya Asih Foundation is a Foundation spread across Bali with 6 different orphanages. Here you get the opportunity to work at a traditional orphanage as they in Bali prefer to call "Children's Home" rather than "Orphanage".
Badung Widhya Asih Children’s Home: Here live approx. 30 children where most are teenagers. They have another 6 family-based children who are helped in the form of relief + 5 young people who are at the university, but who still have a connection to the home. This home is located in Badung.
Blimbingsari Widhya Asih Children’s Home: Here live approx. 60 children primarily in kindergarten age. They have another 19 family-based children who act as relief. This home is located in Blimbingsari (western side of Bali).
Melaya Widhya Asih Children's Home: approx. 57 children most of whom are in their teens. They have an additional 13 family-based children attached. This home is located close to Blimbingsari, also in the western part of Bali.
Singaraja Widhya Asih Children’s Home: Here live approx. 42 children most of whom are in their teens. They have an additional 41 family-based children attached. This home is located in the north of Bali.
Bangli Widhya Asih Children's Home: Here live approx. 27 children primarily in adolescence. They have 3 more family-based children attached. This home is located in the northeast of Bali.
Amlapura Widhya Asih Children’s Home: Here live 17 children, most of whom are in their teens. They have 5 family based children attached and it is located in the eastern part of Bali.
Bali Children Foundation
The Bali Children Foundation is an organization that works in vulnerable local areas and villages in Bali. In collaboration with the villages, they offer empowerment and support programs focusing on access to education and employment for the local families. They help the families establish more stable living conditions which they must be able to maintain on their own. They support vulnerable local areas to re-establish themselves after natural disasters, pandemics and other circumstances. They also provide an interpreter if needed.
Requirements for students at Bali Children Foundation:
- Min. 23 y.o.
- Previous experience in the social and special area
- When presenting yourself, you must include a CV with previous experience
- Basic knowledge of various diagnoses that affect development
- Must receive a clean criminal record and/or a clean child's certificate
- Assess yourself as someone who can contribute with apt professionalism and robustness
1-2 students at a time.
Movement of Recovery (M.O.R)
M.O.R is an organization that started in January 2018 that offers support, guidance, and treatment programs for people suffering from addiction. They offer support to both individuals and relatives. Before establishing themselves at their current location in 2022, they used to drive around Indonesia and help the vulnerable on the streets and alleys. Now they are located in Kerobokan area. They offer different treatment programs and communities for vulnerable groups struggling with different types of addiction. They also aim to establish a positive and attractive perspective on living a sober life. At the same time, they try to break the social stigma by educating people about addiction and by establishing supportive communities.