In most cases children who grow up to be youths of the red light area are who may have been victims of abuse in their childhood, repeat the same cycle, thereby propagating a cycle of violence. SKHM's goal is to break the cycle of violence by prioritizing education and psychological intervention among the youth and also giving them vocational skills that helps them choose better, safer and more fulfilling lives for themselves. In late 2014, Project Breakthrough was formed formally.
Psychosocial interventions: Counselling is mandatory part of all Safe Centre interventions. In the case of youths it encompasses group to one-on-one counselling, along with art-based therapy and a special de-addiction program.
Occupational skill building: Cooking & Canteen Management Course (C&CMC) Costume Jewellery Training Course (CJMC) Driving Classes Computer Classes Spoken English Classes (using TLM) Liaison with government-run programmes / institutes (Project Hunnar, Beauty & Wellness course, etc.) or (similar) NGO-run training programmes
Identity: Youth are encouraged to get documents in order (such as) • Voter cards • Ration cards • PAN card • AADHAR
Finance: Breakthrough members are taught financial literacy to instil a culture of saving Breakthrough members are encouraged to open & maintain accounts with the help of SKHM staff
Health: Through mental health sessions youth are encouraged to address personal & relationship issues
Outreach: Daily room & street visits
Education: Breakthrough youth can enrol into literacy classes Breakthrough youths can opt for NIOS Breakthrough youths may opt for college (in special cases SKHM pays for their fees, books, etc.)