The aim of social assistance is to meet the essential everyday life needs of the vulnerable adults and their families, and help them live in conditions of human dignity. Social assistance should be addressed in such a way as to empower people, help them become independent, and integrate with their local community. In our two Social Assistance Houses, “The Samaritan” and “The Good Samaritan”, the elderly and chronically ill are taken care of. We help inmates in everyday health care and in dealing with current everyday life issues. As part of the Center, two Round-the-Clock Educational Care Facilities for socialization, “The Rainbow” and “The Bedrock”, are run to offer help to young people from dysfunctional families.