Nai Kiran has been facilitated an effective referral system with government and other non governmental bodies so as to form a continuum of care and support to substance users and persons affected or afflicted by substance abuse and HIV/AIDS. Nai Kiran networked with other partner NGOs in order to strengthen treatment and rehabilitation responses and ensure sustainability and impact.
A non profit NGO working in the field of women and youth empowerment. Nirman Foundation is an initiative of a women journalist who had the desire to work for the empowerment of children women in Haryana and adjoining states. Foundation focuses on health, education and women right issues including domestic violence, dowry, and alcohol and HIV/AIDS issues.
Haryana is an initiative of peer counselors who had gone through a training program earlier and decided to fight for the stigma attached with addiction and provide community based rehabilitation services in Haryana & Rajasthan (Nai Disha De- de-addiction center Sriganga Nager Rajasthan).
Mukti De-addiction Center is an another initiative of recovering addict who set up a de-addiction cum rehabilitation center on therapeutic community based model initially at Mundaka village and presently operating from Samya Pur Badali village in north Delhi. Mukti, has been providing services to over forty five residential clients, belonging to diverse socio-economic backgrounds, for problems like drug abuse and alcoholism. The strong role model, fellowship and simplicity of the program have paved way for other recovering addicts and alcoholics to follow the path. Nada India and Mukti has also initiated a family assistance program for families of addicts.
The Association of Recovering People Action Network (ARPAN) is an action network of peer based voluntary initiatives of initially 10 recovering people from addiction, trauma etc. It is a project initiated and supported by Nada India. The seeds of ARPAN started as early as year 2000 when some of the recovering addicts peer counselors/educators as part of Guru Shishya Parmpara (Indian system of teacher student tradition) became part of Drug treatment and Rehabilitation process and many of them established rehabilitation centers for their fellow members. It was triggered by the ambient state of society towards people with drug & alcohol addiction and related issues like HIV/AIDS and crime prevention. For details, read http://peer-ledcorrectionrehabilitation.blogspot.in/2014/05/peer-led-drug-de-addiction-initiatives.html
Young Action for Change and Development Rangpuri New Delhi is an initiative of young people whose parents migrated from Utter Pradesh, Bihar in search of better living and these young people are in search of their identity in a world of desperation, unequal and unjust. These young people are working on themselves by sharpening their leadership & communication skills, hands on experience in the use mass communication (Radio, video production & internet etc.) and have been developing an understanding on the complex issues related to them and their communities in a more rational manner like education, livelihood, domestic violence, drugs, alcohol and HIV/AIDS.
Tek Chand Sidana Memorial Drug de-addiction cum Rehabilitation center Ganga Nagar Rajasthan has been using ear acupuncture for wellbeing and detoxification purpose. The center has also been recognized by Nada India as one of the training centers for ADS training as per NADA protocol.
Deep group is a registered group of young displaced people from Punjab and strive to work creating awareness on issues like HIV/AIDS, Drug addiction, Dowry, health & hygiene, water, livelihood, family welfare etc. The group uses street as well as stage theatrical presentation/performances.