Irrespective of caste, creed or religion a home was started for destitute children on 10.03.1975 by Late Shri.T.K.Jayaraman, father of J. Viswanathan with 12 children. It gradually developed and around 325 children were taken care.After the demise of his father on 22.08.1989, his son J.Viswanathan took charge as the Secretary. At present 50 women, 136 female children and 50 old aged women are taken care of in a best manner.
Dr. J. Viswanathan did serve for the welfare of women right from the beginning itself. 01.04.1972 onwards a day care centre for old aged persons was started by his efforts and functioning in a very good manner without any grant-in-aid from the Government. Unable to notice the sufferings of the old age women of his native village, due to poverty and ailment, he maintained the home in a splendid manner, despite hectic financial hardships. He had an opinion that it was insufficient to feed them merely one time a day and hence he altered the home as a full time old age home from 01.04.1997 and at present around 50 old aged women are benefitted with free food,clothings, shelter and medicines until the rest of their living life and are looked after with great care and affection.
From 01.04.2000 onwards an exclusive home for women aged above 18 years was started with 60 women.Women with extreme sufferings such as discarded by the society, abandoned by their husband etc.,. are approaching and are benefitted by staying with their kids.
The women who seek the help of the Police Department are also sent here by them. They are provided with counselling and are trained in various skills like handicrafts, tailoring, embroidery, typewriting, computer training, phenoil, incense sticks making, bead anklet making, training on beautician courses, prepaing pickles etc.,. are taught here. They leave the home with self confident with an ability to earn money on their own and competent enough to the future and thus get rehabilitation.