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Free Old Age Homes for the Poor and Needy


Sr. No

Name of the OAH



Contact Numbers

Facilities & Amenities


Sir Jamshetjee Jeejeebhoy Dharamshala (1947)

Jehangir Boman Behram Road, Nagpada Junction, Mumbai 400 008

Shree Chandrakant Kamble



  1. 60yrs& above. Healthy and Independen individuals only.

1(a) 100

1(b) Only a few vacant places for the old and needy people. Admission only after verification.


David Sassoon Handicapped Orphanage and Old peoples home (9/8/1863)

Looks after the ill. Monthly charge Rs 2,500/-, deposit Rs 2,000/-

96 Navi Peth, Thosar paga, Pune 411030

Enquiry times 9.30 am to 5.30 pm

020 4328429

Only for the orphans and disabled.

1.(a)100 1(b) no vacancies

  1. 60 years

3.(a)Meals and Medicines free, looked after till the end by the organization.

6(a)(b),7(a)for paid inmates.7(b),9(b),10(b)visiting hours 4pm to 6pm.


Bhausaheb Firodiya OAH


Behind Jakat Naka, Nagar-Aurangabad Road, Vasant Tekdi, Ahmednagar 414001.

Enquiries between 9 am and 4 pm.

(95241)- 232971


1(a)100,1(b) space available,2. Males 60yrs,Females -55yrs.3(b)

4.monthly Rs 800/- deposit Rs.2000/- yearly donation Rs.300/-.

5.For free and needy, 6,6(a),7(b),8(a),9(b),10(a) 2 days Rs 40/-per day.11(b).


Shraddhanand Ashram – Vasai OAH (1966)

Advocate Rajani Marg, near Deep Mala, Zenda Bazar, Vasai, Dist. Thane, 401201.

Visiting hours 8 am to 11 am and 3 pm to 6 pm. Contact Sharddhanand Mahilashram, Maheshwari Udyan, Matunga, Mumbai 400019

2401 2552/24010715

Only for ladies.1(a)orphans 50,1(b)no vacancies,1(a) paid seats 35, 1(b) vacant, 2. 60years complete.3(a),5. Monthly Rs.1000/-, deposit Rs. 5000/-,9(a)3months,8(a)retains the orphans.8(b)do not retain the paid inmates,10(b),11(a),12. Food, lodging and Free medicines for the orphans.


King George Memorial Hospital (1938)

Dr. E. Moses Rd. After Famous Studio, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai 400 011

Dr. A. V. Kamat


Only the old orphans are looked after Free till the end.The ill are looked after free for sometime. No vacancies at the moment, enquire on phone.


Ashadan” Missionaries of Charity for dying destitutes.

Sakhli Street, Byculla, Mumbai 400 008


2309 3591

The homeless, ailing and dying poor people are picked up from the streets and the slums and cared for free of charge till the end. More than 300 seats.


Missionaries of Charities run “Shantidan

LT Road, Gorai creek, Borivali East, Mumbai 400 091


2867 1362

Old and dying  homeless people from the footpath are looked after. Seats 222.


“Little Sisters of the Poor” Home for the Aged, (1958)

Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri East, Mumbai 400 093


2838 2535

Totally free. Total seats 300.

175 Males,125 Females. No vacancies.


Savitribai Phule Mahil OAH

Bhagat Singh Nagar No 1, Goregaon West, Mumbai 400 104.

Smt. Vijaya Zombade

2874 1621

1(a)Total seats 24,1(b)Admission open 2. 55yrs. Poor Ladies get free lodging, boarding. Affording ill ladies are looked after at a cost.


Swamy Shanti Prakash OAH

Main Bazar,Camp No 4, opp Section 30, Ulhasnagar, Central Rly.


252 8334

 Run by Sindhi Trust, but open for all 75 seats totally free.


Param Shantidham OAH


Vairatvasi Abanand Maharaj, Taloja, MIDC Vrudha vadi, Post Vavaje, near “Technoba” company

Shri Ram Ugavkar

8am to 6pm

731 2695/5927054

Only for the homeless. 1(a)100,1(b)60,2.Males at 60yrs and Females at 55yrs. 3(b) Free Lodging, Boarding, Medical facilities and is looked after till the end. Ashram does the last rites. Certificate stating that the person  is homeless to be provided.


NAB Lions Home for the aging blind, Blind OAH. (29/3/1970)

Khandala 410302, Old Khandala Road,Taluka Maval, District Pune.

National Association for the blind.11 Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan Rd., Worli seaface, Mumbai 400 025



2493 5365/2494 5822

Only for the Blind and old and is free. 1(a)100 1(b)302, 2)     55yrs,3) Certificate from the Eye specialist, certificate saying the disease is not contagious,birth certificate,reference from some respected citizen mandatory. 5) free in the dormitory.6)Free 7(b) 8(a)9(a)3months.10(b)once admitted are looked after till the end.


Anand vihar OAH (1/8/1991)

Nagaon,District Dhule, Nagaon.

Visiting hours 8 am to 12 noon and 4 pm to 6 pm.


Totally free.1(a)20 1(b) 5, 2)Males 60 yrs and Females55yrs.3(b)Free lodging, boarding and medical facilities.6),6(a),7(b),8(a),9(b) 10(b).

List of facilities and amenities at the Old Age Home:


1.      Number of people that can be accommodated: (1a) Total capacity, (1b) Vacancies.

2.      Eligible age.

3.      Medical check up before enrolling: (3a) self paid, (3b) OAH paid.

4.      Self contained room on monthly rental, deposit or donation, etc.

5.      Common room charges on monthly basis, deposit or donation, etc.

6.      Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and 3 times tea, coffee is included. Milk is served at some places. (6a) Fasting food is served, (6b) where Non Veg is prohibited, there sweet dish will be served. (6c) Non veg is served.

7.      Medicines, etc. for minor illnesses: (7a) at the cost of the individual, (7b) at the expense of the OAH.

8.      If the inmate becomes bedridden: (8a) inmate is retained, (8b) inmate is sent home.

9.      On temporary basis: (9a) can stay for a few days on payment, (9b) cannot stay.

10.  Temporary arrangement for visitors/ relatives to stay for some days: (10a) accommodation at cost, (10b) Not accommodated.

11.  If the inmate does not stay in the OAH for a long time: (11a ) concession on monthly rent is given, (11b ) no concession.

12. The medical bills for any chronic or serious illness is to be paid by the inmate.

Source : Lokmanya Seva Sangh