The New Malabar Rehabilitation Center was functioning in a rented house at Pallikkara near Bekal in Kasargod district. Later, after selling the family property, 90 cents of land was bought at Malpachery in Madikai Grama Panchayath and built a house there with local support.
Established in 2003, it has provided asylum to1803 lives in the past 18 years. The organization which, currently has 115 inmates, includes men and women.
In the religion of love, everyone lives here with satisfaction in their faith. “Mr.Chackochan, a person with 75% physical disabilities, provides support to the mentally and physically exhausted individuals”
There are still human beings in our cities who share food in the garbage heaps with dogs to gratify their hunger. Such lives are depicted by the society as insane when they plead for a meal. The mission of New Malabar Punanradhivasa Kendra Charitable Trust is to become a support and shade for such fleeing lives.
Their whole faces were covered with beards and hair, without even realizing they were human. They wore four or five shirts at a time and their clothes were grafted on to their body. Sometimes their clothes were to be cut, as they were so clung to their bodies. Such street lives, who were living on the sidewalks and the verandas of shops, are found, treated with love and led to a happy and dignified life by this rehabilitation center. Mr.Muthu, Mr.Vinu, Mr.kunjambadi etc are examples who came to a new life from their old deplorable situations.
Mr. Musthafa is another example who had a disease of defecating and urinating unconsciously. When he was begging for food from house to house, no one allowed him to go near them. Finally he collapsed without food. This institution came to the help of Musthafa and now he is one of the best volunteers of this charitable center.