Shafa is an Urdu word, which means ‘power of healing’. Based on the oldest and most effective model of healing, Shafa Home acts as a harbinger of hope, self-realization and true happiness for hundreds of recovering alcohol/drug dependents. Shafa, a non-profit organization, goes one step ahead of the traditional methods to treat addiction and behavioral disorders by using well-researched methods of healing. Volunteers who have already undergone successful treatment at Shafa and have their own personal experience into recovery make the team of our devoted staff. They are skilled in the complexities of the disease and are passionate about helping people like them recover from addiction.
Treatment at Shafa is based on a holistic module that emphasizes on the Physical, Psychological, Social and Spiritual recovery of the residents. We view addiction as a disease, characterized by a dependence on substance and behaviors. Though the disease is chronic and progressive, it’s definitely treatable. WE DO NOT PERMIT THE USE OF ANY MOOD-ALTERING SUBSTANCE in any of our facilities as we believe in 100 % abstinence from day one. We feel that recovery is not a destination; it’s a journey that requires a firm commitment to abstinence from alcohol/drugs and compulsive behaviors. Above all, Shafa Home is a home away from home that assists its residents in regaining their self-esteem and self-worth.
Turning Point Foundation is a registered society under the Societies Registration Act 1860; Government of India. TPF started its operation by establishing its first center in 2002, to provide services free of cost to all the drug addicts who can’t afford to pay any treatment charges. To financially sustain them they started their second center which is a paid center in 2006, after having seen a demand from the families to have better facilities for the patients and the willingness to pay for it. The rehabilitation center provided the beneficiaries with a healthy environment where they can live with dignity and respect. TPF endeavors to include and integrate beneficiaries into a stable and homely environment, enabling them to lead normal lives with daily routine tasks being performed every day. The rehabilitation center treat drug addicts by adopting a threefold approach focusing on preventive, curative and creating awareness of healthy lifestyle which makes it stand out among other rehabilitation centers. To realize this aim, TPF follows a holistic approach consisting of multifarious activities such as education, healthcare, skill training and performing various tasks of daily life. Yoga, meditation and Nature Cure were also a integral part of the life of the inmates.
In 1999, Nada started working in India under the supervision & leadership of Dr. Michael O. Smith with the objective of making barrier free addiction treatment & well-being issues available across communities. Nada acts as an initiator, facilitator and supporter for community initiatives working towards a gender sensitive, child-friendly world where barrier free services are available to all.
Today, our vision has grown and under Suneel Vatsyayan, founder of the Nada India Foundation (NIF), the organization is working with a number of issues and among a variety of groups, ranging in age, gender, and class to promote health, child and adolescent rights, and drug-free lifestyle. NIF is involved in a number of programs that serve a range of members of society in innovative and effective ways such as through the use of interactive media in the hands of still hidden voices.
Dayaneeta Social Welfare Society is a not for profit voluntary organization established in the year 2009 with an objective of providing rehabilitation services to Drug and Alcohol addicts and people living the problem of HIV-AIDS. Education and Health care for weaker sections of the society especially for Senior Citizens, women and children of the slum.
Dayaneeta Social Welfare Society was founded by founder member Sh. Amit Kumar, who himself feel the agony and stigma attached with the image of a Drug Addict and believe that addicts can recover themselves if we provide them a holistic atmosphere. He believes that addiction is a chronic progressive disease, which is treatable. Dayaneeta Social welfare Society was registered as an NGO on 06th April, 2009. It has been working for Rehabilitation services for Drug and Alcohol Addicts and old Age People.
Foundation For National Reconstruction is a non-governmental organization (NGO) working in Jharkhand, India. Established in the year 1999, Foundation For National Reconstruction works in the area of Advocacy and Research, Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Animal Welfare, Children, Disaster Management, Education & Literacy, Environment and natural resource management, Food and Agriculture, Health & Nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Labour & Employment, Land Resources, Legal Awareness & Aid, Micro Finance (SHGs), Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Panchayati Raj, Right to Information & Advocacy, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Tribal Welfare, Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation, Vocational Training, Water and Sanitation, Women’s Development & Empowerment, Youth Affairs, etc. The NGO works towards the promotion of sustainable development.
Society for Promotion of Youth and Masses (SPYM) is located in Vasant Kunj, Delhi and was formed in the year 1985 by Dr. Zeenat and her colleagues from their hostel rooms of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi with the objective of providing treatment and rehabilitation service to young drug dependents. SPYM is working very efficiently from 1985 and has grown to many other places of India and its rehabilitation program is helping many people. In the last three years, the SPYM has launched a special initiative in India to reform and rehabilitate juveniles in conflict with law and with a dependency on narc
Ekta Gram Seva Sansthan is a non-governmental organization established in 1991. The registration number of the organization is: 02/90-91?(05-04-1991). The organization is operational in Bihar, India. Ekta Gram Seva Sansthan works in the area of Aged and elderly, Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Animal Welfare, Art & Culture, Biotechnology, Children, Civic Issues, Dalit Welfare, Disability, Disaster Management, Education & Literacy, Health & Nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Vocational Training, Womens Development & Empowerment, Youth Affairs, etc. The NGO works towards the promotion of sustainable development.
Alp Sankhyak Avam Harijan Samaj Kalyan Kendra is a non-governmental organization established in 1987. The registration number of the organization is: 476/1986-87?(19-01-1987). The organization is operational in Bihar, India. Alp Sankhyak Avam Harijan Samaj Kalyan Kendra works in the area of Advocacy and Research, Art & Culture, Children, Education & Literacy, Environment and natural resource management, Health & Nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Information & Communication Technology (ICT) , Legal Awareness & Aid, Micro Finance (SHGs), Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Right to Information & Advocacy, Vocational Training, Womens Development & Empowerment, etc. The NGO works towards the promotion of sustainable development.