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Welcoming children and teenagers in difficulty
The Centre d’Accueil Norbert Ensch (CANE) is a reception centre for children and teenagers in difficult situations. It guarantees them a stable and safe living environment that respects the rights of each individual, thus promoting their personal development. The aim of the centre is to work intensively with the parents, as far as possible, to help them return to their families of origin.
The centre supervises and accompanies children and young people who temporarily or permanently find themselves unable to live in their family environment, within an adapted living structure. The service promotes the growth of the beneficiaries and the development of their skills, using age-appropriate and resource-oriented pedagogical approaches, in order to prepare them for a way of life adapted to their needs.
CANE aims to strengthen the relationship with the immediate family while promoting personal development and the necessary individual skills. Children and adolescents in care may be placed voluntarily or following a court order. The centre has 7 groups, each offering the support of a multidisciplinary team.
Two groups for youths and future parents:
Five groups dedicated to child and adolescent development:
T. : 27 55-6610
F. : 27 55-6611
T. : 2755-6670
F. : 2755-6661
E. : firstname.lastname@example.org
Groupe des Jeunes Kreintgeshaff
T. : 2755-6650
F. : 2755-6651
Groupe Henri Dunant Hellange
T. : 2755-6620
F. : 2755-6621
T. : 2755-6640
F. : 2755-6641