The Christian Reformed Churches in the Netherlands support diaconal project throughout the world. One of their projects is the Home Based Intervention program in Jemima, which they started in 2010.
With their support, profoundly disabled children can be helped in their homes. Employees of the HBI project, together with the parents, look for activities that allow these children to develop themselves.
Bijzondere Noden (Special Needs) is part of the Reformed Congregations and has been supporting Jemima for many years.
In 2012 they started sponsoring the care for residents with autism and people with autism who join our day time programs.