CADABAM'S charitable trust was established in the year 2003 to make psychosocial rehabilitation affordable and accessible. It has conceived health care, education and community service as its 3 main focus areas for functioning. in its many endeavours ARPITHA stands out stretching hands of help to those needy people who would require quality mental health care that is affordable and reliable.
Experience has shown that even by keeping CADABAM'S AMITHA affordable to middle class it had become unaffordable for some sections. Responding to their needs CADABAMS' started ARPITHA a 70 bedded rehabilitation centre in which 24 beds has been set apart for providing free treatment and rehabilitation to really poor and destitute for one year under certain conditions.
ARPITHA while admits patients from deserving low economic strata does not compromise on any of the facets of rehabilitation. Residents are accommodated in dormitory and receive pharmacotherapy and are involved in various activities structured to improve Socio-occupational functioning. Residents are helped to improve in various areas affected due to illness like living skills, communication, medication compliance vocational guidance and social skills.
ARPITHA can be a choice for admission
If the person is aged between 18 and 45 years suffering from psychiatric problem.
Does not suffer from serious/multiple physical illness.
Belongs to low economic strata deserving the service of ARPITHA.
All donations to Cadabam'S Charitable Trust are exempted under section 80(g) of
Income Tax Act 1961.