DAKM aims at the provision of high quality counseling services to its target-groups. More particularly DAKM aims are as it follows:
Implementation of counseling services to unemployed, specific groups of unemployed , employed and vulnerable groups such as long-term unemployed, people with disabilities, unemployed women, women – mothers in single parent families, women victims of abuse / victims of trafficking, unemployed over 55 years, unemployed young people, people belonging in different ethnic and religious groups (immigrants, refugees), people with cultural differences (e.g. ROM), asylum seekers , ex-offenders, drug users / former drug users, seropositive, homeless, people in poverty or threatened by poverty, juvenile offenders, etc.
Implementation of social protection and social development activities.
Provision of systematic and organized primary social care for the elderly and people with disabilities, but also medical or nursing services or assistance at home, in order to stay in the familiar physical and social environment, maintain the cohesion of their family, avoid the use of institutional care and social exclusion situations, as well as ensuring a decent standard of living.