“You cannot have a healthy body if we don’t have a healthy world”
Youth Helping Trust launched the community health programme, a multi- faceted project that focuses on establishing sustainable practices and spreading awareness regarding preventive and promotive health among the rural masses. We travel from village to village, provides health check-ups and basic treatment.
Youth helping trust help to access services and education related to health problem. Our goal is to have the client achieve and maintain a state of optimal health so they can function in their daily lives. We focus on assessing the needs of a patient is usually the first step that a healthcare and provides health services such as home health care, medical equipment rentals, transportation to follow up doctor visits, other activities. We help patients at a time of physical and psychological stress to access the information and services they require to cope with health issues and provides trusted source and services when people need it in critical condition.
“Healthy life is a precursor to a good education and a financially independent life.”
Youth helping trust India’s health care initiative for the elderly is organizing health camps in rural as well as urban areas of the country. Youth helping trust in association with its network has successfully organised both general and specialized health camps for the elderly.
Health for underprivileged, which is desperate need, thus remains unaddressed. Urban slum dwellers suffer from adverse health conditions owing to mainly two reason- first the lack awareness and lack of education, second the unwillingness to lose a day’s wage in order to reach the nearest medical facility.
Youth helping trust organized a general health camp for urban slum areas we addressed the various concerns of the patients and dispensed medicines where patients went back fully satisfied with the services provided.
A number of charitable permanent health centers and mobile clinics are operated by Youth Helping Trust in India, providing much needed health care to people who least can afford it. Children/youth affected by polio will be given calipers to support their limbs, limb amputees. Youth helping trust distributed tricycles, wheelchairs and crutches on a need based assessment.
Youth helping trust typically work closely with a number of doctors, nurses, patients and we have some skills like- patience, complex problem solving, and critical thinking. Our primary purpose is to help clients meet the financial, emotional and social needs related to injury, illness. We often provide therapeutic services to patients and their families as well, particularly in crisis situations when injury or death have occurred.
Our aim to bequeath a new life to each of those who have been deprived of the basic privileges of mobility and hearing for most of their lives. We help people for develop self-confidence, have the abilities to lead near normal lives and have potential to become contributive members of their society instead of being a burden on it.