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OUR WORKS

Our Works

Atchayam Trust, an organization striving with a holistic approach to transforming the lives of beggars, aged persons including women, dying destitute, mentally ill and mentally retarded, physically challenged, drug-addicted, sexually abused women, etc.In rural, urban, and semi-urban areas in Tamil Nadu through field work-identification, counselling, material and medical assistance towards the transformation of them into dignified life with respects.

  • To undertake module based Field Work and Surveying of beggars, homeless and destitute people,
  • To organize a massive Rehabilitation Camp for the transformation of lifestyle of beggars, homeless and destitute peoples with the supports of Government departments like police, health, social welfare, labour, etc.
  • To create effective awareness among School, College students and Public about beggar’s lifestyle and ask them not to encourage giving money to beggars but instead show compassion and provide materials for mindset change
  • To provide skills development training to beggars, homeless and destitute people to get employment opportunities in private companies and also for self-employment,
  • To provide periodic skills training volunteers for skills up-gradation, motivation, adoption of new techniques to handle effectively while rescuing beggars.
  • To create awareness among the public and youngsters about to save the parents and relatives during their old age
  • To motivate the youngsters to develop their leadership skills, quality, and social responsibility for the nation-building with passion and dedication.
  • We admit rescued beggars in old age homes, mentally ill home, reunion with their family members, admit in hospitals, etc.

Rehabilitation Camp

  • Beggars Rehabilitation-2015
  • Beggars Survey and Counselling
  • Beggars Medical and Material Supports
  • Beggars Rehabilitation Camp

Beggars rehabilitation is a structured process for the transformation of marginalized and less fortunate people who are women, dying destitute, mentally ill and mentally retarded, physically challenged, drug-addicted, sexually abused women, etc. in rural, urban, and semi-urban areas in Tamil Nadu.

Beggars survey and providing counselling in a professional and structured manner involves a primary survey to identify beggars through well-trained volunteers and coordinators for identification of beggars and documentation with the protection of information privacy. After identification, we engage professionally trained volunteers and experts to provide counseling to beggars, homeless, and destitute for the transformation of their begging life into normal dignified life with respect

Beggars' medical and material supports are provided with at most care and affection to transform their life after identification and providing counselling. Medical and materials supports are identified through counselling and cross-verification of information with other known persons for ensuring the information validation for the elimination of misinformation.

: Rehabilitation camps are organized for massive awareness in a city or location for the transformation of less fortunate people of beggars, homeless, and destitute. Rehabilitation Camps are structured programme with close coordination of District Administrations and City Corporations. We have closely worked with the Revenue Department, Police Department, Health Department, Social Justice Department, Differently Abled Welfare Department, Child Welfare, etc. for our massive camps held for few days to one week continuously.
We organize Rehabilitation Camps with dedicated teams of volunteers for survey and identification of beggars, homeless and destitute persons in a selected city and town to provide counselling, cleansing care, material supports like cloths, medical, love, and care, with food and accommodation. Through these Camps, we create effective awareness among the public and youth about preventing beggary by given awareness pamphlets.

Dying Destitute

Atchayam Trust helps dying destitute people who are abandoned by their family, relatives, and friends for various social and economic reasons.

Rehabilitation for Mentally Ill People

We have professionally trained counsellors and Doctors for assisting mentally ill people of all age groups for changing their life into normal life.

Rehabilitation for drug-addicted persons

Atchayam Trust helps people who are drug-addicted and both physically ill and mentally unbalanced with a team of doctors and professional community councillors.

Caring for old age and destitute people

Our volunteers are professionally trained to identify elderly, destitute people to provide counselling, care with compassion for changing their begging lifestyle into normal dignified life and live with respect.

Working for women

Atchayam Trust helps to improve the plights of women who are neglected by their family, friends, and relatives due to various reasons. We help women who are sexually abused, mentally ill, etc. and send them to a good well-maintained Care Homes for living with respect and dignity.

Skill development project

Atchayam Trust is aiming to set up a comprehensive programme for skills development for beggars, homeless and destitute people to provide basic livelihood opportunities to them both in private sector jobs placement and also to give them assistance to start self-employment.

Our Last 7 Years Achievements

  • We have reached out through massive awareness campaigns about begging lifestyles and its related major issues: A total of 40,000 general public have participated and a total of 75,000 school and college students have participated
  • Founder President Mr.P.Naveen Kumar received The NATIONAL YOUTH AWARD from the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India, on 12.1.2018 for the year 2015–2016 in New Delhi.
  • He also received The Chief Minister's State Youth Award from the Government of Tamil Nadu on 15th August 2019.
  • We have reached out through massive awareness campaigns about begging lifestyles and its related major issues: A total of 40,000 general public have participated and a total of 75,000 school and college students have participated
  • Founder President Mr.P.Naveen Kumar received The NATIONAL YOUTH AWARD from the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India, on 12.1.2018 for the year 2015–2016 in New Delhi.
  • He also received The Chief Minister's State Youth Award from the Government of Tamil Nadu on 15th August 2019.
  • He also received the Appreciation of Certificate Awarded as District Youth Award in 2018 by Erode District Collector

Broadly, the beggars are in the following types such as:

  • mentally challenged,
  • physically challenged
  • begging for food,
  • begging due to unemployment
  • begging for petty expenses
  • begging by hereditary,
  • begging youth,
  • begging due to laziness,
  • begging due to old age,
  • begging for alcohol
  • entire family is begging and
  • begging because of abandonment by families, relatives, and guardians
  • Mentally retarded
  • suffered diseases
  • Some kind of spiritual beggars
  • begging by using their child
  • Blind
  • dying destitute
  • old age begging due to their physiological issue
  • Few more beggars were sent from their family
  • Part-time beggars
  • Children begging
  • Few community begging. On average the beggar earns about Rs.300 daily, which means Rs.9,000/- per month.