Homelessness and mental illness have a bi-directional relationship i.e. many became homeless due to mental illness, and many developmental health concerns due to existing homelessness. To address the same, we ensure mental health treatment for all the homeless and low-income population.
Weekly HIGH clinics are set up at various street points which offer mental health screening and counselling to the homeless and low income population.
People with severe psychosocial disabilities screened at street clinics and AAA shelter residents receive holistic psychiatric treatment by Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences (IHBAS).
De-addiction clinics, counselling services and anonymous groups are organized weekly for the low income groups using substances. We support them clinically, socially and through employment by building a support network for them.
People availing de-addiction services:
Homeless with psychosocial disabilities connected back with families:
Shelter to Homeless with psychosocial disabilities:
Mental Health services to homeless with psychosocial disabilities:
Clients recovered from using substance: