Patient centered care is being provided on an individual basis to every Prabhu Ji and the animal shelter (JeevSewa) is also run on the same principle. More than 600 employed staff & more than 1000 volunteers are involved in the provision of services for the prabhujis in all 35 Ashrams. 37 type qualified and trained staff ( Chief Administrative Officer, Administration Officer Finance & Implementation, Doctors, Physiotherapists, Nursing Staff, Lab Technician, Ward in charge, Supervisor, Caretaker, Multi-Purpose Worker, Cooks, Washermen, GateKeeper, Visit in-charge, Tailor, Gopalak, Veterinary Compounder, Gardener, Watchman, Building Supervisor, Computer Operator, Cashier, Accountant, Purchase clerk, Storekeeper, Office Assistant, Receptionist, Software Engineer, Teacher, Sweeper, General In-charge, Peon, Telephone Operator, Trainer, Counsellor) are all offering their services in the Ashrams.
Who we are
There are 35 Apna Ghar Ashrams are running presently in 8 States of India and one in Kathmandu Nepal where more than 6000 such types of Prabhuji (Inmates) are being residing and being served by the Organisation.
What we do
How we works
Staff and Volunteers
Diet and Nutrition
Most of the prabhujis admitted in the Ashrams are either sick or malnourished. Therefore the diet arrangement is a very important and essential part of their recovery. With breakfast, lunch, refreshment and dinner, fruits, milk, and protein supplements are also made available to these prabhujis.
General Body, Executives/Office Bearers
Worship and Recreation
Our Approach & Operating Model
The Prabhujis who are rescued require urgent attention to their personal care, therefore a rescue team consisting of (1 nursing staff + 1 caretaker + first aid treatment kit + Bathing washing and hygiene kit + emergency medicine kit + clothing) with an Ambulance is available at every Ashram to attend to every case. The information of these prabhujis is generally received through members/volunteers of the organization, general public, police, administration, other NGOs, media, etc. There are 24X7 centralized helpline numbers 8599999911 / 22 working at the Bharatpur Ashram (HQ of the Organisation). The rescue team dispatch at once when any information about any prabuji is received. The team provide first aid, food, personal hygiene and bathing, clothing, etc. as per the necessity and pick up the helpless prabhuji from the spot, completing legal formalities from the concerning police station, following which, the Prabhuji is admitted to the Apna Ghar Ashram. They are taken to their allocated ward which has been identified as suitable for their needs, where they are provided with all facilities like bedding, medical treatment, food, clothing, personal care, and other necessities till the point that they recover fully. During the period of the prabhuji’s stay, efforts are made so that the prabhuji’s family can be traced. Breakfast is served at 7.30 AM, lunch at 11.30 AM, refreshment 2.30 PM and dinner at 6.30 PM made available to all prabhujis.
During treatment, as per their health and mental status, these prabujis also participate in different service activities such as cooking, washing, care for each other, cleaning, office work, medical support, general assistance, security, education, counseling to other Prabhu Ji, etc. Our prime objective is not only to satisfy their hunger but to cater to their emotional and psychological needs. We continue to counsel the Prabhu Ji to locate their whereabouts and family connections, taking the help of local services such as the Police. Once the family of the Prabhu Ji is traced, they are respectfully handed over to the custody of their family by completing necessary legal and documentation formalities. Our process can be summarised as the 3 ‘R’s i.e. Rescue – Rehabilitation – Reintegration.
Apna Ghar Ashram Bharatpur (Rajasthan), the headquarter of the Organisation, is one of the biggest institution (Ashram) of its category regarding capacity, number of Prabhu Ji (inmates), specification and specialties. More than 3000 Prabhu Ji are residing and taken care of in this Ashram at present. In this Ashram, not only the helpless human beings but also helpless accidental sick cows, other animals, and birds are providing treatment, care, and shelter.
To provide immediate services for every needy helpless sick person and their immediate rescue from spot there are 41 Apna Ghar Sewa Samities and 58 Helplines are presently working in various cities in India.
The object of the Organisation is to make these persons productive for their family and society, so after recovery, more than 20000 such Prabhu Ji has been rehabilitated to date in 23 different states of India including Nepal and Bangladesh.
Our Vision & Mission
To save every helpless hopeless sick person who is in harsh and painful conditions and going towards lingering death due to lack of help and support on roadside religions and other public places.
To serve the living image of God by helping all those who are facing a hopeless and painful phase in life. the Organization is applying all efforts to save the lives of these persons with the blessing of almighty God. Apna Ghar provides a safe, secure, and homely environment with treatment, shelter, food, clothes and other necessity of life to these homeless helpless deprived sick persons.
Apna Ghar Ashram Genesis
Dr. B.M.Bhardwaj, studying in class 6 in village Sahroi in Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh district, saw the pathe!c condi!on of 85-year-old Chiranji Baba in his village. This Baba used to feed cattle in the village. He used to take the animals of the villagers to graze and in return the villagers gave them clothes and food, but when Baba got injured no one came forward to take care and treatment of him, which caused maggots in his wounds and Baba expired in that critical condition.
This incident had a profound impact on the life of Dr. BM Bhardwaj and it inspired him to serve the persons like Chiranji baba so that no one should face this situation in life ever. In the meantime, he met Dr. Madhuri, who wanted to work for the service of destitute children herself. They both decided to get married with the aim of serving such people and further decided not to have their own child and established the organiza!on ‘Maa Madhuri Brij Varis Sewa
Sadan Apna Ghar’ with their helpmates for this purpose on 29 June 2000 to serve the humanity.
Number Of Prabhuji (Inmates) In Apna Ghar Ashrams
32Apna Ghar JaipurRajasthan2233Apna Ghar Alwar (Female)Rajasthan3634Apna Ghar Jandol JaipurRajasthan1335Apna Ghar RaigarhChhattisgarh5
|S.No.||Name||Place||No. of Inmates|
|1||Apna Ghar Bharatpur||Rajasthan||3171|
|2||Apna Ghar Ajmer||Rajasthan||103|
|3||Apna Ghar Kota||Rajasthan||194|
|4||Apna Ghar Alwar||Rajasthan||79|
|5||Apna Ghar Pooth Khurd Delhi||Delhi||339|
|6||Apna Ghar Bikaner||Rajasthan||116|
|7||Apna Ghar Kokilavan||Uttar Pradesh||110|
|8||Apna Ghar Jodhpur||Rajasthan||247|
|9||Apna Ghar Budhpur||Delhi||270|
|10||Apna Ghar Sri Ganganagar||Rajasthan||48|
|11||Apna Ghar Shamli||Uttar Pradesh||108|
|12||Apna Ghar Pali||Rajasthan||36|
|13||Apna Ghar Nokha||Rajasthan||148|
|14||Apna Ghar Old Age Home Bikaner||Rajasthan||155|
|15||Apna Ghar Deaf & Dumb School Ajmer||Rajasthan||98|
|16||Apna Ghar Hindaun||Rajasthan||49|
|17||Apna Ghar Bassi||Rajasthan||76|
|18||Apna Ghar Hathras||Uttar Pradesh||23|
|19||Apna Ghar Govardhan||Uttar Pradesh||78|
|20||Apna Ghar Shivpuri||Madhya Pradesh||28|
|21||Apna Ghar Firozabad||Uttar Pradesh||42|
|22||Apna Ghar Dabra||Madhya Pradesh||25|
|23||Apna Ghar Purulia||West Bengal||146|
|24||Apna Ghar Shukratal||Uttar Pradesh||95|
|25||Apna Ghar Varanasi||Uttar Pradesh||52|
|26||Apna Ghar Meerut||Uttar Pradesh||36|
|27||Apna Ghar Bhiwani||Haryana||41|
|28||Apna Ghar Kathmandu||Nepal||46|
|29||Apna Ghar Umta||Gujarat||43|
|30||Apna Ghar Bhopal||Madhya Pradesh||39|
|31||Apna Ghar Kolkata||West Bengal||10|
|32||Apna Ghar Jaipur||Rajasthan||22|
|33||Apna Ghar Alwar (Female)||Rajasthan||36|
|34||Apna Ghar Jamdoli, Jaipur||Rajasthan||13|
|35||Apna Ghar Raigarh||Chhattisgarh||05|