Mentally ill roadside destitutes Mental Rehabilitation Center  

  schizophrenia treatment in india
 
 
1988  

Shraddha's has been providing temporary custodial care since 1988 for road side destitute schizophrenia patients and started from a two room tenement that could house only 2-3 mentally ill roadside destitutes at a time. This unique institution was perhaps the only one of its kind in India run by practicing psychiatrists that focused on the roadside mentally ill destitute .
 

1993  

An art exhibition of leading Indian artists, at the Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, donating their creative worth to Shraddha.
 

1997

Registration under FCRA [Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act], 1976; Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India - Allowing the Foundation to receive foreign contributions / donations.

A separate psychiatric institution was established from the proceeds of the art exhibition of leading Indian artists, as well as the contribution of independent donors, at Dahisar in Mumbai. It had a capacity of 20 beds with appropriate infrastructure and facilities and a recognition from the Government of India.
 

2002  

Notification u/s. 35AC of Income Tax Act, 1961, recommended by the National Committee for Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare, Ministry of Finance, Government of India - Allowing donations to the Foundation to be fully exempt from income tax, valid upto a aggregate total of 43.3 Lakhs.
 

2004

Inspired by the pioneering rehabilitation experiments of Baba Amte for the leprosy afflicted “Anandvan” near Nagpur, the trustees of Shraddha decided on a larger scale of operations and a new open type of custodial care.

2005

Renewal of the Exemption u/s. 35AC of Income Tax Act, 1961, recommended by the National Committee for Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare, Ministry of Finance, Government of India - Allowing donations to the Foundation to be fully exempt from income tax, valid upto a aggregate total of 43.3 Lakhs.

2006  
With the blessings of Baba Amte and Prakash Amte, a new institution to provide a humane and compassionate rehabilitation of the mentally ill roadside destitute was founded at a large 6.5 acre plot on the undulating knolls of Karjat on the outskirts of Mumbai in March 2006. It houses 80 destitutes and can be scaled to house 120 destitutes. Reunited 47 destitutes with their families.

2007  

Renewal of the Exemption u/s. 35AC of Income Tax Act, 1961, recommended by the National Committee for Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare, Ministry of Finance, Government of India - Allowing donations to the Foundation to be fully exempt from income tax, valid upto a aggregate total of 1.5 Crores.

2007  

Reunited 134 mentally ill roadside destitutes after treament with their families.
 

2008

Reunited 156 destitutes with their families.
 

2009  

Reunited 212 destitutes with their families.
 

2010  

Reunited 261 destitutes with their families.
 

2011  

Reunited 332 destitutes with their families.
 

2011  

Notification u/s. 35AC of Income Tax Act, 1961, recommended by the National Committee for Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare, Ministry of Finance, Government of India - Allowing donations to the Foundation to be fully exempt from income tax, valid upto an aggregate total of 2.73 crores and a period upto 31-03-2014.

2012  

Reunited 493 destitutes with their families. Was chosen by Times Now TV News Channel for their Amazing Indians Series.
 

2013  

Reunited 533 destitutes with their families.
 

2014 

Reunited 538 destitutes with their families.
Was chosen by Satymev Jayate for the series - We recommend of love and shraddha.
Was chosen by IBN LOKMAT for their telecast on Ekla Chalo Re series.  

2015 

Reunited 636 Destitutes with their Families

2016 

Reunited 742 destitutes with their families

2017 

Reunited 444 destitutes with their families till 30th June, 2017

 
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