RMHC Malta

Our Partners

RMHC’s Learning Centre’s facilities and resources are made available to other organisations in Malta, even the smallest, so that they can provide their own services in the area through counselling, therapy, training and so much more.

We work closely with the best possible partners to ensure that programmes and services delivered meet the highest standards and respond to the needs of children and families in Malta.

We are happy to share our Learning Centre’s facilities and resources with these wonderful organisations.

The Autism Parents Association is a non-governmental group which supports families of children on the autism spectrum.
ADHD Malta supports, empowers, educates and encourages people dealing with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and related conditions. It also advocates for the rights of people with ADHD.
bBrave’s mission is to raise awareness on the various forms of bullying to facilitate assistance for people suffering from bullying and for the reform of people displaying bullying behaviour in Malta.
Caritas’ mission is to alleviate poverty and promote human development and social justice, in keeping with the Christian faith and Gospel values.

The Richmond Foundation provides community services for people with mental health issues and promotes mental well-being.

The Service Dogs Malta Foundation provides professionally trained service dogs to people with impairments or disabilities to help them live more independent lives. It trains dogs to assist children on the autism spectrum, people with learning disabilities, others requiring alert for conditions like diabetes or people would benefit from canine therapy.

Smiling with Jerome Foundation provides support and compassion to people going through difficult times, particularly cancer sufferers or people battling serious illness.


The Inspire Foundation draws on many years’ experience in educational, therapeutic, social and recreational needs of people with disabilities. The Foundation specialises in aiding people on the autism spectrum, people with profound multiple learning difficulties, and others with behavioural challenges.


NPSPD is an organisation in Malta which caters for the needs of people with disability and their families. It leads in bringing disability issues to the public domain and engages in discussion with stakeholders with the interests of people with needs at heart.

NWAMI International Malta is a Malta-based international offshoot of NWAMI UK seeking to foster a spirit of friendship, inclusion and community cohesion through cultural engagement and education.
LGBTI+ Gozo promotes and raises awareness regarding the LGBTI+ community, and issues affecting it, through social events, awareness campaigns and educational programmes.
Fondazzjoni Sebħ offers residential services for children and young people, a shelter and after care service for female survivors of violence and their children, as well as a community service for residents of Ħamrun and Marsa.
Through the provision of quality and timely service and support, the Foundation for Social Welfare Services empowers and helps to develop individuals to become responsible, integrated and productive members of society who value life as a resource for self-actualisation.

Aġenzija Sapport is the national agency that provides professional and innovative services to enhance the quality of life of people with disabilities. Its vision is to be the leader in guiding a community which promotes ability rather than disability.

Prisms is a group of experienced youth workers and leaders that came together with the aim of catering for the requirements of young people. As an NGO, Prisms works to provide non-formal learning opportunities through local and European projects.
Opening Doors Association is a voluntary arts organisation that empowers and provides opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities through the promotion of creative processes and artistic skills.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is a world-renowned, non-formal education programme for young people designed to help them develop important life skills. The programme aims to build self-confidence and empower participants to be active contributors to their communities. The Award is delivered in Malta through schools, clubs and other organisations for young people.
The Franciscan Welfare Association addresses the social needs of the Qawra community by offering food and assistance to those in need. It is working to create a safe space where people can come together and find companionship.
The Malta Human Rights Education Centre is a center for the promotion of human rights principles and ideals and provides learning opportunities for right-holders and duty-bearers. It seeks to create an open forum for discussion and provide a platform for expert voices on human rights to be heard.
The Migrant Offshore Aid Station is an international humanitarian organisation which provides aid and assistance to the most vulnerable communities. In Malta, MOAS supports the integration and independent development of asylum seekers, migrants and their families. Its programmes include the provision of classes and skills workshops, renovation of educational spaces, implementing the island’s first family hosting and sponsorship programme, and providing visitations for vulnerable people in hospitals and mental health facilities.