3.2.2022 7pm IST
In the last 4 years of our existence as an NGO , we have taken off the streets and into our shelter homes many many men .
This is a video on the life of Mr. Hanumant in our Home :-👇 https://youtu.be/wKA16w4f9kU
But this one Goan Man , Mr Hanumant , was one of the toughest , complicated and most difficult cases we handled .
Attached a video of his various stages of his rehabilitation in the last 6 months.
Picked up about 6 months from Porvorim, from an abandoned wet balcony during the monsoon .
All this is his own KARMA .
Drinking and drinking to such an extent that no one wanted him .
Left to fend for himself , by all , as his case at that time was pathetic.
I remember when he was brought into our home, he was so weak that he could not even say he wanted to use the washroom .
He used to mess up the surrounding and take off the pamper.
1st we had to detoxify him , then treat him for a month for his mind , then train him to inform when he wanted to go to the washrooms .
It was a freaking nightmare for the care givers and the team .
Slowly he got little strength and he did attempt to improve and started co operating with the care givers .
I still think how did the care givers had so much patience with him ?
His leg / knee is operated I feel before we took him in and thats troubling him to balance his body and walk.
He has pins / roads in his knee / leg which we now need to get out / operate , etc .
Taken him endlessly to the Hospitals but it's taking time and energy .
Today, Hanumant is much much better .
He requires to get well soon and be able to walk without any support.
Now no complaints from the care givers as Hanumant is in control of his mind and toilet movements.
He has that urge to walk and be a normal person but time is a factor.
Not sure about that but we were trying to help him to get the best treatment in the budget we can afford.
Young man may be 40 years old
Frankly speaking, within 1 month of he entering our home , I just couldn't understand how to help him .
Complaints and frustration was piling up daily.
But then as STREET PROVIDENCE, we are like FORCED / BOUND / COMMITTED to handle such cases which no one will take.
At times, we need to be to do things by being AVAILABLE to any situation and not on our ABILITY to tackle the situation.
God will show the way.
But it's about PATIENCE .
We @ Street Providence are happy that we were able to help Hanumant to get back to a level where we could manage him .
If you know such people who require help in Goa, stuck up on roads, bus stops , hospitals, gardens, etc please reach out and talk to them and see what help they require.
Always go to the nearest police station and complain.
We don't pick any one without proper verification by the Police.
If our assistance is required, pls whatsapp me on 8380097564.
If we can help we will let you know on the spot , yes or no .
Some cases are beyond our capacity.
But we can try .
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