Established in the year 2000, DAA is a temporary therapeutic center that provides protection for child victims of abuse. It accommodates up to 40 children from infancy to early adolescence. The children receive comprehensive and integrated services: care, academic, medical, and psychosocial
In 2005, JRF established the Queen Rania Family & Child Center (QRFCC) in Eastern Amman, which provides a variety of preventive and awareness-raising programs for children, youth, parents, and professionals. Today, QRFCC has evolved into a comprehensive community based model, offering holistic services which aim to combat child abuse, strengthening the family unit and promoting a culture of child safety, and a training centre disseminating knowledge and expertise beyond Eastern Amman on both national and regional levels, building the capacity of professionals in the field of child safety.
Established in 2007 under the Jordan River Child Safety Program (JRCSP), 110 for Families and Children is a free child helpline that aims to empower the child and family in order to promote and protect the well-being and safety of children in Jordan. Based on confidentiality, active listening, and unconditional acceptance, counselors communicate with the caller, whether a child or an adult, providing psychological support, guidance and information where required. When additional and more in-depth services are needed, referrals are made to institutions which provide the required services.