About Esperanza Viva Youth Home
Esperanza Viva Youth Homes rescue, train, nurture, and rehabilitate underprivileged, orphaned, abandoned, and street children and youth whose families are unable or unwilling to provide for them.
Since 1994, Esperanza Viva Youth Home in Puebla, Mexico, has helped provide for and guide thousands of children and their families, including full-time care for more than 350 children.
Esperanza Viva Youth Homes expanded in 2006, when we opened our second orphanage in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, a city across the border from Brownsville, Texas.
Our youth homes meet the needs of the children…
- Physically through provision of a safe place to live, nutritious meals, clothing, on-site medical/dental clinic, instruction in good personal hygiene, and opportunities to play and exercise.
- Mentally through on-site, Christian schooling at the Integral Education Center, counseling services, and vocational training in a variety of areas.
- Spiritually through personal discipleship, daily devotions, Bible study courses, Sunday school, youth group, and other church activities.