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(a) To make recovery available for the drug addicts/alcoholics through volunteers,      professional and rehabilitation training programme

(b) To support those who want to abstain from drugs/alcohol and want to reform      themselves through this trust.

(c) To assist volunteers who would like to work in this direction elsewhere by this trust.

(d) To assist persons/patients regarding rehabilitation technical information over the
     tele-communication/internet, etc.

(e) To carry out periodic awareness programmes regarding the above issues through      street plays, display of posters, slide programmes and films, participation of renowned      doctors/social workers to address these issues.

(f) To establish a volunteer center and make provisions for volunteer training programs.

(g) To initiate work for the progress of physically, mentally, economically and socially      disadvantaged persons.

(h) Co-operate, network and affiliate/member with similar minded organizations/      bodies/federations, international bodies having similar objectives and aims.

(i) To make jobs available for the recovering addicts/alcoholics outside the rehabilitation      center.

(j) To help the addicts/alcoholics who are financially weak and who cannot afford      treatment.

(k) To promote employment-oriented skills and programmes.

(l) To promote community health to benefit the weaker section of the rural and urban      population,

(m) To provide relief to the needy in areas affected by calamities.

(n) To promote activities like yoga and other activities of a recreational nature.

(o) To materially and financially support programmes of other institutions as having      objects similar to that of the trust.

(p) To raise the profile of children of addicts in the public consciousness.

(q) To offer advice, information and fellowship to the addicts/alcoholics, families and      children.

(r) To help people to look at life rationally and enable them to join the mainstream of life.

(s) To create, manage and maintain facilities, branches and franchises with like minded      organizations all over India.

(t) To enhance the life chances and opportunities for addicts/alcoholics and their careers      through the provision of effective preventive and rehabilitative Health and Social Care      Services.

(u) To foster research, identify and promote good practice and establish centers of      excellence in the field of addiction and alcoholism.

(v) To create, establish, administer and manage appropriate infrastructure facilities and       services such as Resource Centers for Independent Living, Training & Rehabilitation       centers, health Visiting & Community outreach Services for the benefit of       addicts/alcoholics their careers, volunteers and professionals.

(w) To constitute, extend and administer charitable funds, endowments and donor and grants       in furtherance of the trusts objectives and as per the relevant compliance requirements       of donors and respective regulatory bodies.

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Warning Signs

Here are some signs and symptoms to look out for if you are concerned about the possibility of a loved one being involved with substance abuse of any kind. Different drugs produce different effects resulting in slight variations in outward indications. Some signs and symptoms are specific to opiates and narcotics and distinct from those experienced with Central Nervous Stimulants like Cocaine or depressants like alcohol.

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