An alcohol and drug rehabilitation center in Agua Prieta, Sonora. Although
most of the residents of C.R.R.E.D.A. #8 are adults, some are as young as 11
years old. The Blessed Nuno Society provides support for food and supplies on a month
to month basis. We also hold an annual Christmas meal and blanket distribu-
Includes a classroom, psychologist's office, infirmary, computer lab, language center, nursery, dining and
recreational areas, chapel, laundry, visitor's lounge, and dormitory. The orphanage is owned and overseen by our sister organization, the Blessed Nuno Society de Mexico, A.C. In cooperation with the Agua Prieta DIF, Our Lady Queen of Angels House opened its doors to children on September 10, 2010 after a five year, $676,000 fund raising and construction project.
Participates in the distribution of food and medical supplies to at-risk children in Mexico in a preemptive effort to keep them from having to be placed in orphanages. We have also organized a soccer team in one of Agua Prieta's poorest neighborhoods.
Queen of Angels House
Outreach to at risk children
To develop our projects, we identified the key areas where there’s the most need.
Our members contribute in various ways to ensure the success of projects that result in meaningful change.
The Blessed Nuno Society serves orphaned, homeless, and abandoned children without regard to creed, race, color, or gender. Your prayers, membership, and contributions help us break the cycle of poverty.
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2015 C.R.R.E.D.A Christmas
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