A.i.R. Charitable Home

Established in 1998, A.i.R. Charitable Home, formerly the Humanitarian Hospital (a charitable hospital, with no cash counter that provided free medical services and facilities to the destitute and homeless) has transformed to become a home for the ailing poor and the abandoned. Once we identify individuals who need medical assistance or care, we admit them at the home. We partner with other hospitals to provide our residents with specialized treatments or surgical procedures if need be. Subsequently, the residents receive extended care at the A.i.R. Charitable Home, and after they recover, they are shifted to the A.i.R. Transit Home or to one of the other NGOs in our network. Some individuals are sent back to their homes and reunited with their families. Soon, we hope to expand the A.i.R. Charitable Home to become a 1000 bed facility.

Some of the services offered at the Home are:

24/7 Ambulance Service to pick up patients and provide immediate medical assistance.

With two ambulances at each of our facilities, our team is equipped to engage quickly and effectively reach the ones in need.

A dedicated team of in-house doctors, nurses, attendants

Our homes have a resident doctor and a team of nurses who provide first aid and emergency response to the ones who are rescued.

Physiotherapy for patients with physical challenges

In order to ease pain and enable speedy recovery, the team also includes a highly trained and experienced physiotherapist.



Counseling services for trauma, depression and behavioral disorders

While many look at the physical hardship one goes through, we aim to also focus on the mental wellbeing of the people we bring in. This helps the residents develop the will to live and regain hope.