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HILA’s new home in Mosta, Santa Rosa, will offer residential and respite services for children and adolescents with disabilities. The home was inaugurated by Julia Farrugia Portelli, Minister for Inclusion, Volunteering, and Consumer Rights, who explained how this project is the first of its kind, with 27 bedrooms spread over 4 floors, therapy rooms with sensory devices, and a recreational garden.

Santa Rosa is a €3 million investment from the private sector with the government offering necessary services through Aġenzija Sapport.

The service will be provided in a converted state-of-the-art home which will be reflecting the knowledge that HILA Homes acquired and built through clients in the past years and translating it to a space where more focus can be given to clients with specific needs and where they will feel safe, supported, and loved.

The Founder of Vassallo Group, Nazzareno Vassallo was present for the official inauguration of Santa Rosa, together with the Chairperson of Vassallo Group, Natalie Briffa Farrugia, the CEO of Vassallo Group, Pio Vassallo, CEO of CareMalta Group James Sciriha, HILA’s Board of Directors, Vassallo Group’s Chief Executives, CareMalta Group’s Management Team and HILA’s Head of Departments.

The Shadow Minister for Inclusion and the Voluntary Sector, Graziella Galea was also present, together with the Permanent Secretary within the Ministry Nancy Caruana, the CEO for Aġenzija Sapport Oliver Scicluna, and Mosta’s Mayor, Chris Grech.

The blessing of the Home was done by Fr. Sebastian Caruana, Mosta’s Parish Priest.

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