KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Center is one of oldest civil society organizations in Greece with 45 years of experience in direct provision of social services and implementation of social initiatives in supporting vulnerable individuals.
KMOP studies and analyzes pressing societal challenges in order to understand society, proposes innovative interventions, educates, and develops the know-how to address social issues based on fairness, innovation, sustainability and balanced development. It actively supports individuals and communities through the direct provision of social services and educational opportunities, the implementation of innovative initiatives, research and impactful policy design.
The ultimate goal of KMOP to contribute to effective social-policy design and to lead impactful programmes that promote individual well-being, reduce inequalities, eliminate vulnerabilities, and foster inclusive and sustainable social growth.
The major projects of KMOP include the design and operation of the first Open Care Centers for the Elderly (KAPI), in the period 1979-1983, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Welfare and the creation of second chance schools. KMOP also maintains three group houses which offer individuals suffering from mental disorders residential care in an inclusive environment and a day care center for people with with moderate chronic mental disorders.
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