Línea Libre and Fútbol Más Tarapacá sign collaboration alliance

May 2, 2017
Communications Colunga Foundation

Both organizations, members of ColungaHUB, came together to provide support to children and adolescents who need psychological attention in the region.

In the framework of the campaign "FOR BULLYING", launched in mid-March by the Free Line Foundation, Fútbol Más Tarapacá joined this crusade to give children and adolescents belonging to its programs an alternative psychological care anonymous and professional

This alliance is translated into trainings of the Línea Libre for the professionals of Fútbol Más in Tarapacá, in topics such as school bullying, depression, mood and anxiety disorders, behavioral problems, relational problems with peers and family, emotional problems, intra and extra violence family, among others, to help them identify cases with greater accuracy, and derive those that are relevant to receive care from this helpline.  

"It is always a good instance to continue training in issues of child protection and case detection, as many times Soccer Más teachers detect cases of children and young people who are in a vulnerable state, but so far we did not have a concrete form. to make those complaints ", He says Gabriel Morales Regional Coordinator of Fútbol Más Tarapacá.

In addition to disseminating the Línea Libre help number, among parents and children belonging to its programs, Fútbol Más will facilitate Línea Libre meeting spaces with schools, student councils, among others, so that this helpline is visible to various children , girls and adolescents in the region.

This collaboration agreement hopes to extend it during the year, to different regions of the country where both organizations are located.

 

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