We belive in helping people improve their quality of life
Paripurnata strives to usher a society where equality, justice and peace prevails, without any discrimination and marginalization on basis of caste, creed, gender, economic status, disease and disability.Read more
Paripurnata envisages championing the cause of the marginalized mentally ill women, and strive for their mainstreaming in society in order to restore their rights and dignity.
Paripurnata is a leading non-governmental organisation promoting and providing psychosocial and mental health care services to marginalized mentally ill women.
We at Paripurnata are working towards expansion of rehabilitation options, the development of a family support structure and the implementation of awareness campaigns.
When Kishenlal saw her sister Lally (name changed) after a gap of six years, he could hardly believe his eyes.
It is difficult to fathom how she landed up in Kolkata.
As the days progressed Shalini became physically fit; mentally stable and regained a balanced mental status
She was at the late stage of her pregnancy and delivered a baby boy at National Medical College Hospital.
"This has been a most rewarding afternoon and has opened my eyes to the problems faced by many and the efforts of highly public-spirited individuals who run half-way homes like Paripurnata to ensure their rehabilitation. These public spirited individuals are our real heroes and society and the nation must recognize their valiant efforts. Thank you for opening my eyes."
H.E Shri M.K. Narayanan, Governor of West Bengal
"I was happy to visit this halfway home for those for whom the society does so little. I was present when the new home for Paripurnata was opened. Inspite of many difficulties this home has been doing wonderful work to rehabilitate the unfortunate inmates. But greater the difficulties the more you strive to overcome and serve those who are afflicted with mental problems. I wish to record my best wishes to the home and to its mentors."
Justice Chittatosh Mookerjee, Former Chief Justice of Calcutta and Bombay High Courts
"Thank you for the inspiration. May God richly bless the work"
The Very Revd. Dr.John R. Hall, Dean, Westminster Abbey, London, UK
"It is a fine opportunity to visit the centre that looks after the welfare of the mentally ill people. The effort put in by the staff are really praiseworthy and deserves commendable applause.
I request them to keep the spirit up for serving the left out people of the society"
Zahid-Ur-Rahman, IPS WBHRC