Founded in 1984
Lalkuthi Home for girls is welcoming orthopedically disabled and socially challenged, mentally challenged, destitute girls from 6 to 18 years.
Founded in 1993
Baxara Home was built together with a complex including housing for the families and a school. It specializes in welcoming Socially Challenged children, boys and girls, from 8 to 18 years. A few mental and physical disabled children are also present.
Founded in 1987
This home is for the rehabilitation and education of differently able children coming from poor and marginalized families. Children are mainly orthopedically challenged (cerebral palsy, congenital malformation) and socially challenged boys, age group from 10+ to 18 years and reside in three units according to their age and class.
Founded in 1983
This home was founded in a small village. and hosts 58 children, boys and girls, orthopedically and socially challenged. They study in Shanti Rani Primary School within the campus. 46 are differently able and 12 socially challenged.
Maria Basti Home
Founded in 1982
It hosts 11 challenged girls of 15 years and more, of whom 9 are orphans. Most of them have multiple disabilities, epilepsy and some are severely handicapped. Residents of this home do a lot of activities such as taking care of animals like goats, assisting in the vegetable garden, taking part in the vocational activities like jute work, candle making, incense making, and embroidery.
Founded in 1986
62 girls & adults
It is a special home for mentally challenged, cerebral palsy, multiple disability, autistic and slow learning children of 5 to 12 years old. There are three communities: Jevan Path (1986), Nirmala Nivas (1989) and Ananda Dhara (2000). Ananda Dhara is for the big girls while Nirmala Nivas is for the small girls. The children who need special care go to Manus Domini Special School attached to the home. On the other side of the road, stands Jevan Path community, adults mentally disabled. They have their own activities in Dosh Biga center (2007).
Founded in 2012
Anand Bhavan Home was founded originally for the children of the leper colony called shantinagar, held by the mc sisters of Mother Teresa. There are 75 children in our home, 44 girls and 31 boys. The children are from tribal, poor and handicapped affected families.