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    Anbagam is established by TERDOD, a public Charitable Trust in 1999. Initially, it was established at the residential premises of the founder in Chennai city. Later it was shifted to the present premises at Vichur, Tirunilai. Currently there are 100 Mentally ill destitutes (June 2014) both men and women. During 2013, TERDOD and...
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  • Featured Causes
    Anbagam is established by TERDOD, a public Charitable Trust in 1999. Initially, it was established at the residential premises of the founder in Chennai city. Later it was shifted to the present premises at Vichur, Tirunilai. Currently there are 100 Mentally ill destitutes (June 2014) both men and women. During 2013, TERDOD...
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  • Featured Causes
    Anbagam is established by TERDOD, a public Charitable Trust in 1999. Initially, it was established at the residential premises of the founder in Chennai city. Later it was shifted to the present premises at Vichur, Tirunilai. Currently there are 100 Mentally ill destitutes (June 2014) both men and women. During 2013, TERDOD...
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Story About Us

Who are we?

Anbagam rescues or takes in mentally ill men, helps them regain mental health, and reunites them with the families and communities they were a part of. At its centres in Chennai (Tamilnadu) and Mulakalacheruvu.

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An Eternal Battle

28 –year old Raju has been at Anbagam (Chennai) since its inception. He hails from Puri, a hundred kilometers away from Bhubaneshwar, Orissa. After he completed high school, Raju went to Himachal Pradesh to work as a quality controller at a reputed organization. The occupation provided him a comfortable salary and unfortunately, Raju started drinking regularly. A little while later, intoxication reached greater heights when he started taking drugs. Raju...
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THANKS TO “THE CHENNAI SILKS”

Anbagam is very thankful to “The Chennai Silks” for the donation of 1.61 Acre land near Redhills, Chennai.

Why is that once some people from amongst us cross the thin line between mental health and mental illness, it is as though they have crossed over to another world – where they are all alone, from which they can never return? Our mentally ill destitutes also require regular medication. You can donate to cover the monthly medical expenses which keep our mentally ill destitutes to mentally and physically healthy.

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Getting Involved In 3 Steps

Report

If you come across mentally ill person wandering on the roads or Streets

Rescue

please don’t hesitate to call 94440 09988 or 044 – 2901 3306

Rehabilitate

Anbagam will rescue and rehabilitate them as per the procedures

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Gallery - Glimpse of Anbagam

We Need You!

Become Volunteer

The mentally ill destitutes always welcome visitors and you can spend sometime in their midst

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Report - February 2017

Anbagam rescues or takes in mentally ill person’s, helps them regain mental health, and reunites them.

Total Rescued (2840)
Discharged (2346)
Present destitutes (320)

Video Walk

Words from mentally ill destitutes from our Shelter