The School of Restoration was founded to provide care and support for ex-prisoners, drug addicts, commercial sex workers, alcoholics and other groups of persons suffering from negative addictive behaviours. The School of Restoration provides them with care and support which include financial aid, medical care, educational scholarships, regular food rations and free clothes. A total of 100 ex-prisoners and other socially challenged persons have so far been transformed by this ministry. Fourteen students graduated at the last graduation held in February 2013. Some past students have also established their own businesses while others have continued their education.