The Gentiana Social Program assists children in need. It supports materially about 40 children additionally, with shoes, clothes, food; it finances the rent of the tin hut for some mothers. The social program sees itself as an advocate for children in intra-family disputes and talks to parents who, for whatever reason, drastically neglect their children. Without hesitation, it calls in the state child supervision when its own initiated measures are not sufficient.
The Gentiana social program, led by a trained social worker, also provides medical care for the children. Gentiana Schools have a collaboration agreement with the neighboring clinic of an Italian organization.