Right to protection is one of the four major child rights prescribed in the UNCRC (United Nations Convention on Rights of Children). Since September 2016, Foundation For Development Action (FDA) in association with Social Justice Department (SJD), Government of Kerala (GoK) is providing psychosocial care and protection to Children in Conflict with Law with technical assistance from National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bengaluru under project “KAAVAL” launched in February 2017. As supporting NGO, FDA is reaching out to these children in their own community and is providing them numerous services for behavioural modification through counselling, life skill education and group work. Support for vocational education, skilling and legal services are being provided to children through networking and linkages with various departments, agencies and national flagship programmes. Services for a child is determined based on Individual Care Plan (ICP), which is prepared after a series of counselling sessions with children as well as with parents. FDA acknowledges that providing services alone to children will hardly yield results, hence focus is also given to parents by way of providing sessions on ‘Parenting’, ‘Guidance’ and ‘Counselling’ for mainstreaming children back to the society as responsible citizens.