HEALTH CARE

Heath care has travelled a long way from Curative and Preventive Methods.

As regards serving rural and tribal people, VSSS runs seven rural health centres and several satellite sub-centres. The activities are mainly based on curative, preventive and promotive aspects of primary health care programme of the Govt. of India and World Health Organization. On an average 51,330 persons were served annually during the last 5 years.

  • Education: ECE School, Adult Education and Non-formal School
  • Study Circle – Library
  • Awareness through Home Visit
  • Self Help Projects- Micro-deposit
  • Vocational Training
  • Mother and Childcare (MCH)
  • Nutritional Supplemental Therapy (NST)
  • Environmental Sanitation
  • Immunization
  • Mother’s Meeting (Family Planning)
  • General medical clinics
  •  Special clinics
  •  Mobile health care unit

HEALTH CARE SERVICES

Integrated Approach

Integrated Rural Development Program adopted by VSSS in line with the guidelines set up by World Health Organisation (WHO) mainly aims at implementation of eight elements of Primary Health Schemes.

Curative Programme

We started with this scheme in the beginning and through this scheme only we have developed confidence and faith among the villagers. Although we lay more importance today on developmental work and prevention of diseases, still curative programs are one of the focused areas of VSSS, which reduce ailments, and thus curing of patients.

Preventive Programmes

Prevention is better than cure. In this regard, with the assistance of the All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, and following W.H.O. guidelines, this Organization has formulated a detailed project of a total Preventive Programme.

Promotive Programmes

The Sangha have started its first venture through curative programs. Experience after conducting curative and preventive programs showed that it is through Integrated Development Program that this work can be performed in a much better way or effect can be felt for longer duration of time

The Mobile Health Care Unit

The Mobile Health Care Unit commissioned in favour of the Sangha with the collaboration of the Sushila Birla Memorial Institute. The first mobile health care unit was formally inaugurated by most Revered Swami Bhuteshanandaji Maharaj, the then president of the Ramakrishna Order on August 20, 1989.

Community Health Guides

From 1997, a very important milestone for public health development was established in the form “Home Visit programme.” The home visits are made by the trained Community Health Guides volunteers. This programme brought excellent results.

VSSS Updates

Development Program adopted by VSSS in line with the guidelines set up by World Health Organisation (WHO) mainly aims at implementation of eight elements of Primary Health Schemes.

VSSS Programmes

Rural Development Program adopted by VSSS in line with the guidelines set up by World Health Organisation (WHO) mainly aims at implementation of eight elements of Primary Health Schemes.