Established in 1965, the home focused on treating people with leprosy. Later on, when the disease no longer existed, our focus shifted to provide care for the poor and abandoned old people. The center cares for the aged in four dimensions: physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually. The center cares for 170 people, giving shelter and medical cares. Medicine, food, clothes and other basic necessities are provided in a family atmosphere and a sound environment. The community program also reaches out to the old people in need of different type of assistances in their homes and villages.