Kirpa Foundation, 24 Parganas, West Bengal, is part of the Mumbai-based Foundation, which is amongst the largest NGOs in India working in the field of de-addiction and rehabilitation of addicts. It is affiliated to the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. It started in 1981 in Bombay and has today spread its wings to 21 centers across the country. The exemplary work of the Foundation has received accolades and recognition from India and abroad.
Kirpa Foundation, 24 Parganas, West Bengal, has treated addicts with care and compassion for the last 38 years. The center focuses on healing the addicts both physically and mentally. It works towards making their determination strong, restoring self-esteem, and transforms them into healthy and responsible citizens. The team here consists of medical doctors, psychiatrists, counselors, and social workers.