We will provide you with a brief socio-economic and ethnic outline of our student population. Divorce rate is extremely high. Steady, if any income is very hard to come by for our students' parents. Drug use is encouraged for a variety of motives. It provides an easy escape from reality. Drugs, at the same, provide fast money for those who sell them.
The network can take credit for hundreds of families and children of all ages, children coming from extremely socio-economically deprived families.
These children come to us with problems of poverty, single parent, illnesses, divorced or incarcerated parents, or just released. Their backgrounds include newly arrived immigrants from the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Ethiopia, or children who were born and grew up in Israel.