To assist the families of the victims of extrajudicial killings (EJK) in their recovery by providing psychosocial interventions and treatments that will respond to their economic needs, their quest for justice, and their desire to be healed from the trauma brought about by the tragic death of their loved ones so that they may learn better ways of coping with the challenges of new life situations.
- To help families in their healing and recovery from grief and deep emotional trauma.
- To economically capacitate the family.
- To ensure the educational access of left-behind children.
- To support the families in their quest for justice.