The implementation of the rights of teenagers at risk in order to help them develop and reach their potential.
Also to be integrated into society as productive citizens by means of community frameworks based outside their homes.
The OTOT Association, a registered nonprofit association, was established in 1981 to provide an out-of-home solution within the community for teens and young adults at risk from peripheral populations. It offers treatment within out-of-home frameworks for more than 2,300 teens and young adults each year, and its entire frameworks are operated under the supervision of the Welfare Ministry.
The association operates 34 housing frameworks and solutions for young people throughout the country and provides them, within these frameworks, with care, education and rehabilitation, while integrating them within the surrounding community.
It offers solutions for youth and young adults from different backgrounds and operates designated frameworks for the Jewish and Arab sectors, as well as for the ultra-Orthodox and religious sectors and the LGBT community.