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St. Camillus Ashram is an initiative of Camillians (Order of the Ministers of the Infirm) in India under Sneha Charitable Trust. The Ashram is dedicated to care for children with mental and physical disabilities. We are inspired by the compassionate and merciful love of Jesus for the sick, and we follow the example set-forth by St. Camillus who considered sick as his Lords and Masters. We provide shelter, care and rehabilitation to children with multiple disabilities.

St. Camillus de Lellis
Our Patron

St. Camillus de Lellis is the founder and patron of the Order of the Ministers of the Infirm. Born on May  25, 1550 at Bucchinico in Italy, Camillus was a genius divinely enlightened in the virtue of charity. The way he served the sick marked a turning point in healthcare. The brotherhood he founded provides leadership in healthcare throughout the world today. Camillus chose a Red Cross as the distinguishing badge for the members of his Order. After leading the movement throughout Italy, Camillus died on July 14, 1614. In 1742, Pope Benedict XIV proclaimed Camillus blessed; in 1746 he canonised him, calling him the "Founder of a new school of charity."


"Think well. Speak well. Do well. These three things, through the mercy of God, will make a man go to Heaven." 

Our Mission

Providing an environment of care and love for the physically and mentally disabled children, and enhancing their quality of life.

Holding Hands
Our Mission

Our Vision

To provide comprehensive and holistic healthcare to the sick with a preference for the marginalised, neglected, lonely and disabled.

Care Provided

  • In-house facility for 30 specially abled children

  • Personal care round the clock

  • Nutritional Care

  • Medical Care

  • Physiotherapy and exercise

  • Special Education

We Need Your Support Today!

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