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Palliative Home Care Project

To Serve the completely bed ridden and terminally sick people, we have started a unit consisting of a Doctor and two nurses to visit such people in their homes regularly and attend their medical as well as social needs. A number of volunteers have come forward to help the medical team. Free treatmen....

Home for the poor (Agathimandiram)
Senior citizens Home
Balika Mandiram
Mandiram Hospital
Our Institutions

1. Home for the poor (Agathimandiram)

Mundakpadam Mandiram has grown during the past 81 years into a refuge housing over 100 destitute men and women, aged and infirm. We try to maintain and administer Home for the poor (Agathimandiram) in such a way that each old man and woman admitted may have a peaceful, comfortable life, sharing and caring for each other and helping them to die in peace and hope.

2. Senior Citizens Home

Juhanon Mar Thoma Mandiram for senior citizen couples/individuals has 21 self contained units. Sapthathy Home can accommodate 14 senior citizens. The senior friends are encouraged to spend the evening of their life in peace. The nearness of the hospital and medical care, possibilities of social service and spiritual exercise and participation in the various programmes of Mandirams make life in this home cheerful and peaceful.

3. Balika Mandiram

This home for orphan girl children was started in 2001 as one of the P.C. George Birth Centenary Projects. There are ten children of an age group 4 years to 22 years live in this home. All  attend to schools, three in Don Bosco HSS Puthuppally, four in Baker Memorial Girls HSS Kottayam and two in Leyamma Memomorial Nursing School. The eldest girl has completed the GNM course. She is now working in the Mandiram Hospital. A "mother" assisted by a home nurse and a teacher looks after the children.

4. Child Sponsorship Project

Children are selected from the poor families in the  locality and they are provided with study material, dress, private tuition and personality development programmes. The first phase of Child sponsorship project was started in 1998 and completed in 2008. The second phase was started in May 2009. Presently there are 65 children sponsored under the project and we are on the look out for more sponsors. Parents of the children are contacted regularly and seminars, study tours and meetings are arranged for them. Each sponsor contributes Rs.5000 or $ 120/- per annum for ten years for his/her sponsored child.

5. Mandiram Hospital

Set in a rural background, Mandiram hospital, started in 1943,is a division of Mandirams Society serving the local area, mostly for the poor and middle-income group. In the last 70 years Mandiram Hospital has become one of the best 200 bed General Hospitals in Kerala, with all the speciality departments. 

Free medical treatment is offered to the inmates of the Mandiram (Destitute Home), the Kerala Balagram, Balika Mandiram and to the Hospital and Mandiram staff. Poor patients needing financial assistance can approach for help from the Good Samaritan's Fund. The Hospital does not make any profit. Whatever balance we save is spent for restructuring old structures. For any investment for buildings, new wards, costly equipments etc., we bank on the goodwill of the friends of Mandirams in India and abroad. Please visit www.mandiramhospital.org

(a)  Palliative & Community Health Department

Eight neighbouring villages are under the care of this department. Community nurses and workers attend to the needs of people, specially the poor of the locality. Very poor families are provided with free meals from Mandirams.

(b)   School of Nursing 

Leyamma Memorial School of Nursing started in 1962 admits 30 students every year for General Nursing Course, recongnised by the Govt. of Kerala and Nursing Council.

6. Family Counselling Centre

The Centre provides free counselling for family problems, marital problems,addictions and atrocities against women.

7. Temperance Movement

Started in 1951 by P.C George, the movement gives emphasis for work among addicts, de-addiction programmes, personal counselling, awareness classes for school children and A A meetings.

Chaplains and Wardens

Rev.C.C.Jacob is the chaplain in the  Mandiram Hospital. He attends to the spiritual needs of the sick in the hospital and his services are very much appreciated. Mr Cherian George serves as the lay chaplain of the Home for the poor and eventide homes. The regular Bible classes on Mondays and Tuesdays and the get together on Thursdays are  a source of comfort and blessing to the inmates.

There are four resident wardens and supervisors in the Agathimandiram attending to the needs of the inmates and senior citizens. Their services are of great value to Mandirams.


There is a library (Rev. P.C. Cherian Memorial Library) and reading room functioning for the inmates and senior citizens of Mandirams. About 1500 books, newspapers and weeklies are provided for them. Many inmates make use of the facilities available in the library.

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