Amalgama7 in figures
Since 1997, more than 6,500 clinical stories vouch for us.
An interdisciplinary team formed by over 120 professionals.
Network of centres and therapeutic and educative schools
therapeutic and educative schools, rural and urban
simultaneous annual seats
outpatient rehabilitation centres in Barcelona and Madrid
socio-sanitary centre of Day centre
simultaneous annual places of Day centre
Family care and School for Parents
annual School for Parents sessions
annual sessions of couple therapy
annual sessions of family therapy
annual sessions for adoptive families
annual sessions of group therapy for resident siblings
annual telephonic/telematic communications with resident families
223 students attended in Amalgama7 have been enrolled in the academic year 2017-2018, a 62% boys and 38% girls.
71% attended ESO, of which 78% passed.
for high school students in different schools.
preventive workshops for parents of secondary school students
agreements with different university faculties of national and international scope
sessions for postgraduate students, masters and doctorate
university students carry out their clinical practice program in Amalgama7 in the academic year 2017-2018
articles, guides and other specialized preventive material
The public administrations
service delivery concerts
residential placements arranged for teenagers protected by public administrations with behavioral disorder
agreements with departments of Education
homologations as a socio-health centre by Departments of Health and Labor, Social Affairs and Families.
Conferences and congresses
annual technical meetings on teenagers at risk
annual places for interdisciplinary experts and relatives of residents
Festive annual meetings
participants among residents, families and interdisciplinary team
Other agreements, conventions and social awareness activities
agreements with professional colleges, scientific societies...
agreements with foundations, associations and related entities
Amalgama7 in the media
references in the written and digital press
interventions in radio and television programs