With the break-up of social institutions there is a tremendous increase in number of women and girls having severe adjustment problems, marital conflict, emotional disturbances which expose them to uncertainty, destitution, atrocities, prostitution and moral danger etc. These women and girls require help, guidance and temporary shelter to acquire skills to become self-reliant that could help in the re-establishment of their status in society. In addressing the much felt need of an
integrated effort, a Short Stay Home has been running since 1999-2000. The women and children are provided with services like free lodging & food, counselling, medical treatment, education and need base training on weaving, handicraft, tailoring, housekeeping, etc. The children of inmates are provided with primary education along medical supports as and when necessary.