Timeline

Timeline


YEAR 2000
AAS Trust was established. Adult Primary Unit (APU), 3-month residential primary care for underprivileged adults. Highly subsidised treatment cost.

YEAR 2004
Adult Halfway House (AHH), 6-month secondary care for underprivileged adults. Highly subsidised treatment cost.

YEAR 2006
Children Primary Unit (CPU), 3-month residential primary care for street children. Treatment is free of cost.

YEAR 2010
Children Halfway House (CHH), 6-month or more secondary care for street children. Treatment is free of cost

YEAR 2012

Children Hostel, for those children who do not have a nurturing home environment to return to, after completing the treatment programme.

YEAR 2016
> AAS Ghar (Night Shelter), a safe place for street children to sleep at night.

>Aas Recovery Centre (ARC), a residential addiction rehabilitation centre for full-paying clients. ARC is an AAS Trust initiative as has been incorporated as a separate legal entity under section 42. Funds generated at ARC will be used to finance operations at the AAS centres for street children and underprivileged adults.