The kings have continued this Monday with representatives of SOS Children’s Villages Spain and Project Home Balears the series of contacts they are maintaining with social care associations to find out how they are acting in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Don Felipe and Doña Letizia have made a videoconference with Project Home Balears, an organization dedicated to preventing, attending to, and responding to problems caused by addictions in Balearic society.
Serves people affected by addictions through research and development of prevention and therapy programs in order to achieve their autonomy, personal growth and adequate socio-occupational integration.
The president of the association, Tomeu Catalá; its executive president, Jesús Mullor; and a Project Jove user.
For her part, the queen has had another video call with directors of Aldeas Infantiles SOS Spain to learn about the impact of the epidemic on the group of children and young people in vulnerable situations served by this organization.
Doña Letizia, as reported by Zarzuela, has spoken with the president and CEO of Aldeas Infantiles, Pedro Puig Pérez; the director of Children, Youth and Families, María del Mar Líndez; and the director of the center of this NGO in San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid), Mario Ramos.
In response to the health crisis caused by the pandemic, SOS Children’s Villages has implemented plans that aim to guarantee the continued accompaniment and physical and emotional well-being of the thousands of children, youth and families that it serves daily through its programs. .
In addition, it has created a telematic psychological attention service for its professionals aimed at taking care of the mental health of those who work on the front line with the most needy children and families at a time as complicated as today.