FARA's Hostels offer life skills mentoring and short-term hostel accommodation to young people from institutions and broken homes.
Over the last six years, we’ve helped around 130 young people aged 18 to 26 years, to access the training and work they need in order to live independently.
The first FARA Hostel opened in Satu Mare in the north west of Romania six years ago when FARA took over the running of a project set up by the FOYER Federation.
The FARA hostel in Satu Mare is endorsed by the International Foyer Federation and runs to its model of care. Since this time, we have opened two further hostels, one in Bucharest and one in Suceava, which follow the successful model of support and care outlined by the Foyer Federation.
We currently have 26 young people on our program and living in a FARA Hostel.