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Apna Ghar Ashram, Bharatpur

Caring for destitute women
assured_image Women Rajasthan
Care for an abandoned destitute
Awards & Recognition
Uttarakhand State Opthalmological Society
Last audited December 2018
Supported The Residential Care Of 10,516 Destitute Women
Apna Ghar Asharam was established with the mission to give shelter, hope and happiness to the homeless, oppressed, mentally and psychically challenged people. Their vision is to not let anyone perish due to lack of help and support. They have successfully saved many lives and provided them with food, shelter and medical care, then, restoring them to the mainstream society. More than 50% of the residents have been rehabilitated through various ways. 458 men and 1004 women live in the ashram currently. There are various categories of inmates that live here which includes the mentally challenged, sick, handicapped, injured, people with HIV/AIDS and healthy people as well. There are 17 Apna Ghar Ashrams in all major cities of the country and it continues to develop, as it provides its selfless service and devotion to help people in need. In 2016, Apna Ghar Asharam was awarded the State Award by the State Government as the Best Services Organisation.
Leadership B.M.Bhardwaj
Essential toiletries for hygeinic living,Access to basic and specialised healthcare treatments
Apna Ghar Ashram believes that the needy have the first right to the organization's resources. They have residential Ashrams in various places across India. The organization identifies helpless people found on railway platforms, bus stands, roadside etc in harsh conditions. These people are usually mentally challenged, physically handicapped, paralyzed, leprosy-affected, cancer affected, blind, aged, etc. In most cases, they are neglected by families and due to sickness are not in a position to state their names or addresses. They are brought back to the ashram and treated with the help of partner hospitals. After they recover, if their families can be contacted, they are sent home. If they have no family, they stay at the home. Donations made to this program support the caretaker charges, medicines, medical care, toiletries for the home and the residents. With your support many destitute, disabled beneficiaries can find a safe haven.

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