After years of living on the streets, a time of rehabilitation is necessary for boys just coming into Streets of Hope. They come to either Naka or Mwariki (Debbie Miller Memorial Home) Satellites to begin their rehabilitation process. There, the must learn to cope with their pain without sniffing glue, an addictive habit that many have practiced during their life on the streets. They learn to live within the healthy boundaries set for them at their new Streets of Hope home, begin working on their education so that they can enter or re-enter the Kenya school system, and find healing through learning about Christ’s love for them and the support they receive from their Streets of Hope family. This is the first stage of the Streets of Hope program and boys can remain at Naka or Mwariki for up to a few years. When they are far enough along in the rehabilitation process, they move to the main site, Section 58.