Pusat Rehabilitasi YAKKUM (YAKKUM Rehabilitation–YAKKUM Craft Centre is a non-governmental, Christian social foundation, a subsidiary body of YAKKUM (Christian Public Health Foundation). YAKKUM Rehabilitation-YAKKUM Craft Centre provides rehabilitation for children and young adults with physical disabilities. It is located at Jalan Kaliurang KM 13,5 Besi, Yogyakarta .
To enable the patients to achieve maximum possible independence in physical, social and economic terms, allowing patients and their families to return to live in the community.
To provide a comprehensive rehabilitation program to people with physical disabilities to achieve maximum possible independence return to life in the community.
To provide rehabilitation service for disabled children and young adults, especially those who are poor, orphans, or suffer from other social disadvantages. PRY-YC is trying to empower people with disabilities to be self-reliant in all aspects of their daily life and to be able to earn a living using the skills they have acquired at the centre.
YAKKUM Rehabilitation Centre was established on 16 November 1982 by Colin F.A. McLennan MBE of New Zealand . His original idea was to establish a rehabilitation center for disabled children and young adults in Indonesia . The Communion of Presbyterian and Methodist Churches in New Zealand financially supported the ideas through Rehabilim Trust. The idea was also supported by the Indonesian Council of Churches. YAKKUM, was then appointed as the umbrella organization, and the project was linked to Bethesda Hospital by the name of Proyek Rehabilitasi Bethesda . In 1991, Proyek Rehabilitasi Bethesda became Pusat Rehabilitasi YAKKUM (YAKKUM Rehabilitation Centre). Since 1 June 2004 it has been known as Pusat Rehabilitasi YAKKUM-YAKKUM Craft.
PRY-YC serves clients who come from all over Indonesia . But specifically, PRY-YC focuses its efforts on clients from Java and Bali . Currently, nearly all PRY's clients are from the provinces of Yogyakarta and Central Java .
PRY-YC has 85 staff , both permanent and contracted staff, of which more than 75% are disabled people.