The Jungenkai took its first step forward in social welfare when its founder,Mr. Hitoshi Murakami, established the residential child care facility, YAHATA GAKUEN. He contributed all of his private residential buildings and land to provide for the welfare of homeless children during the post-war years as well as children whose families could no longer care for them. Since then, according to the needs of society, several other facilities were established. They include the KENSIN GAKUEN, a facility for intellectually disabled children, the JINEN-NO-MURA, a rehabilitation facility for intellectually disabled adults,the JUNGENRYO,a commuters’ dormitory for intellectually disabled adults, the YAHATA WORKSHOP, a vocational training facility for physically and intellectually disabled adults,and finally, the JUNSHOEN, an outpatient rehabilitation facility for intellectually disabled adults.