We exist to restore hope and dignity to the victims of sex trafficking and substance abuse by rehabilitating and empowering them through residential programs and sustainable opportunities in education and vocational training.
Majority of our residents come from the brothels of Kamathipura, a place that is bereft of these feelings. The open spaces of our campuses were purposely created to help our residents know that they are truly free, and let them experience on the outside, what we want them to ultimately feel inside. The freedom to love, to hope, and to live again.
Peace, love and hope are at the core of all our efforts at BTC Ashagram.
For over 30 years, Bombay Teen Challenge, a non-profit organization, has been working to rescue and restore men, women, and children from dangerous and tragic situations. The rehabilitation and education programs within BTC serve as evidence that as an organization, we understand that physical rescue is only the beginning of a long journey towards healing. BTC is committed to the journey of each rescued individual for as long as necessary. With this at the core of our work, BTC is not just an organization; it is a family.