Safe Passage founder Hanley Denning had an uncanny ability to connect with community members by listening to their stories and learning their needs.
When Hanley learned of a need, she felt called to meet it.
Today, Safe Passage Integral Health Services meets the needs of children and families in our programs, making an impact on the entire Guatemala City dump community.
Integral Health Services closely monitors student wellness because we know how much their physical and mental health affects their educational progress.
Students in Safe Passage programs eat nourishing meals and snacks and have access to medical care through the Safe Passage infirmary. When more advanced care is required, our social workers accompany students and families to local health centers for treatment.