These are the unfortunate men & women whom you often see wandering on the roads, lost in their own world, laughing and talking to themselves, with dirty long matted hair, half naked and skin & bones appearance. They may be just barely surviving on garbage, gutter water and whatever leftovers of food are thrown at them by passer bys. They are in much worse shape than the poorest of the poor because they have no one, we repeat, absolutely no one to look after them. They are on the roads for weeks/months/years without food, clothing or shelter. No one may give them a second glance and often no one cares whether they live or die. They are stripped of all human dignity, but we believe that they are humans nevertheless.
Navajeevan trust is established for the acute management and community based psychological rehabilitation for the abandoned and destitute psychiatric patients wandering on the roads.
The admissions are accepted for Residential care treatment on the basis of referrals and recommendations of the Police and other concerned government personnel. Before taking to Navajeevan the patient must be shown to a psychiatrist.
Application for the admission should be made in a Prescribed form (available in the centre) along with:-