BOSASA CENTRES

The Bosasa Youth Development Centres (YDC) are unique facilities that have been designed to look after children between the ages of 14 and 17 who are in conflict with the law. They were established in 1995 in partnership with the Gauteng Department of Social Development when it was recognized that it was necessary to move young offenders quickly out of adult correctional facilities and into a safer environment.
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Eastern Cape -The Sikhuselekile Child and Youth Centre is one of many learning and development facilities that make up the BOSASA Youth Care Development Centres. We work in partnership with the Eastern Cape Department of Social Development to provide a home to approximately 50 young people (up to 40 boys and 10 girls) between the ages of 14 and 17 years.

Eastern Cape -The Sikhuselekile Child and Youth Centre is one of many learning and development facilities that make up the BOSASA Youth Care Development Centres. We work in partnership with the Eastern Cape Department of Social Development to provide a home to approximately 50 young people (up to 40 boys and 10 girls) between the ages of 14 and 17 years.

Northern Cape -  The Springbok Child and Youth Care facility was designed and implemented by BOSASA to provide secure care services to children in trouble with the law. Not only is it the largest town within Namaqualand, but it’s also the pride of the province. Additionally, we saw a strong need for this kind of safe haven due to the history of poverty in the area.

Northern Cape - The Springbok Child and Youth Care facility was designed and implemented by BOSASA to provide secure care services to children in trouble with the law. Not only is it the largest town within Namaqualand, but it’s also the pride of the province. Additionally, we saw a strong need for this kind of safe haven due to the history of poverty in the area.

North West (Rustenburg) -This centre located in Rustenburg is managed in partnership with the Department of Social Development for the North West. This facility has a capacity of 60, consisting of both boys and girls aged between 14 and 17.

North West (Rustenburg) -This centre located in Rustenburg is managed in partnership with the Department of Social Development for the North West. This facility has a capacity of 60, consisting of both boys and girls aged between 14 and 17.

Limpopo (Polokwane) - The Polokwane Child and Youth Care Centre can accommodate 120 young people (up to 100 boys and 20 girls) between the ages of 14 and 17 years of age. Working in partnership with the Limpopo Provincial Government, it is one of two such facilities in the province.

Limpopo (Polokwane) - The Polokwane Child and Youth Care Centre can accommodate 120 young people (up to 100 boys and 20 girls) between the ages of 14 and 17 years of age. Working in partnership with the Limpopo Provincial Government, it is one of two such facilities in the province.

Limpopo - Mavambe's facilities make provision for 70 young people; up to 60 boys and 10 girls between the ages of 14 and 17 can be facilitated here. Accommodation and educational needs, as well as spaces for recreational and sporting activities are provided for at the centre. Educational, vocational and therapeutic programmes form the core of our holistic development strategy and rehabilitative care.

Limpopo - Mavambe's facilities make provision for 70 young people; up to 60 boys and 10 girls between the ages of 14 and 17 can be facilitated here. Accommodation and educational needs, as well as spaces for recreational and sporting activities are provided for at the centre. Educational, vocational and therapeutic programmes form the core of our holistic development strategy and rehabilitative care.

Our Mafikeng Child and Youth Care Centre  currently house 60 young people, with beds for up to 50 boys and 10 girls who are all between the ages of 14 and 17. he facility is run in partnership with the South African Government as well as the Department of Social Development North West.

Our Mafikeng Child and Youth Care Centre currently house 60 young people, with beds for up to 50 boys and 10 girls who are all between the ages of 14 and 17. he facility is run in partnership with the South African Government as well as the Department of Social Development North West.

Eastern Cape - The John X Merriman Child and Youth Care Centre provides a place where young South Africans affected by crime can be safely accommodated and securely cared for. As outlined by National Policy, the centre’s multi-disciplinary team of qualified childcare professionals assist with the developmental rehabilitation of children in conflict with the law. Our goal is to help young people overcome their troubling past and look forward to a future filled with potential.

Eastern Cape - The John X Merriman Child and Youth Care Centre provides a place where young South Africans affected by crime can be safely accommodated and securely cared for. As outlined by National Policy, the centre’s multi-disciplinary team of qualified childcare professionals assist with the developmental rehabilitation of children in conflict with the law. Our goal is to help young people overcome their troubling past and look forward to a future filled with potential.

Western Cape - Each province faces unique challenges in dealing with the problem of rehabilitating young offenders. Horizon Child and Youth Care Centre is a safe haven for such children in the Western Cape. This facility provides secure care facilities for those in conflict with the law and offering rehabilitative programmes run by dedicated staff.

Western Cape - Each province faces unique challenges in dealing with the problem of rehabilitating young offenders. Horizon Child and Youth Care Centre is a safe haven for such children in the Western Cape. This facility provides secure care facilities for those in conflict with the law and offering rehabilitative programmes run by dedicated staff.

Northern Cape - The De Aar Child and Youth Care Centre in the Northern Cape was opened on the 12th of May 2011. This centre signifies a determination by the provincial government to ensure that young people will be kept out of prison. It provides an environment that is sensitive to the needs of some of the most disadvantaged and socially deprived youth in South African society.

Northern Cape - The De Aar Child and Youth Care Centre in the Northern Cape was opened on the 12th of May 2011. This centre signifies a determination by the provincial government to ensure that young people will be kept out of prison. It provides an environment that is sensitive to the needs of some of the most disadvantaged and socially deprived youth in South African society.

Western Cape- The BOSASA Clanwilliam child and youth care centre took up the challenge without a moment of hesitation and quickly developed an effective strategy in line with current legislation and policy. Our facilities accommodate youth in a secure and safe environment, we provide programmes aimed at helping them overcome the problems they face

Western Cape- The BOSASA Clanwilliam child and youth care centre took up the challenge without a moment of hesitation and quickly developed an effective strategy in line with current legislation and policy. Our facilities accommodate youth in a secure and safe environment, we provide programmes aimed at helping them overcome the problems they face

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