AIDRom Association was established in 1991 as a collaboration between the Orthodox, Calvin Reformed and the Lutheran Church from Romania. Later on the Evangelical Presbyterian and Armenian Church joined the initiative. Their mission consists of supporting the spiritual development of Romanian society and to help those in need trough complex social assistance initiatives and professional care.
AIDRom operates under 3 regional counseling centers in Romania, offering complex social assistance to vulnerable groups (Bucharest, Iași and Timișoara). They also host a safe house for victims of human trafficking and 2 shelters for asylum seekers, which are in strong cooperation with the Romanian governmental authorities, in Timisoara and Bucharest. The staff consists of over 30 employees: managers, social workers, legal advisers, psychologists, teachers and auxiliary staff working in 7 cities in Romania: Iași, Rădăuți, Bucharest, Galați, Giurgiu, Timișoara and Șomcuța-Mare (Baia Mare)
AIDRom offers social and legal counseling, Romanian language classes and cultural orientation, material and medical assistance, accessing labor market and implements complex social assistance for human trafficking victims and migrants (asylum seekers, refugees, third country citizens).