This center was introduced by the State Welfare Organization as “the first comprehensive women’s harm reduction center” in the country and operates for free and round-the-clock accommodation for homeless women and children in the city. More than 100 homeless women come to the center every day. The target group of this center is all socially harmed women (addicted or not) who are homeless for any reason and do not have a safe place to stay. In this center they receive social work services and individual and group counseling, in addition to nutritional services and daily cleaning. Sometimes pregnant women or mothers come to the center with their children and receive appropriate services. In addition to health items and harm reduction, the center’s help-seekers receive appropriate clothing, are also trained in harm reduction, learn skills through in-house training workshops, and they return to the community with the ability to earn a decent income and experience a life close to the norms of society.