Atulya Home

April 25, 2014

The Atulya Home is a residential home in Delhi providing a safe place for young women coming from backgrounds of abuse, exploitation and rejection. The vision of the Home is to see the women healed and set free of their past, find hope for their future, and move into a destiny in God. These women come from places where they are considered worthless, so we long for them to discover who they are in God – that they are ‘ATULYA’, which means precious and of great worth!

We seek to create an environment where they experience safety, healing relationships, and community. We also aim to equip them with education, social and practical skills, vocational training, and give opportunities to develop their mental abilities and their own giftings in order that they are able to live independently when they leave the home. We long for them to meet with God and find true freedom in a walk with Jesus.

There are 10 young women at present in the home and we would like to have up to about 15 women. These women have gone through horrifically traumatic experiences, such as incest, trafficking, sexual and physical abuse, prostituted out by their own families, and general neglect.

The Home is closely interlinked with other works of New Generation; such as Atulya GB Road and Dignity Preserves (reaching out to sex-workers) and Courage Homes (Transit Home for girls who have been trafficked).

The Home is also an integrated part of the The Hub church community in Delhi.

The Atulya Home is a residential home in Delhi providing a safe place for young women coming from backgrounds of abuse, exploitation and rejection. The vision of the Home is to see the women healed and set free of their past, find hope for their future, and move into a destiny in God. These women come from places where they are considered worthless, so we long for them to discover who they are in God – that they are ‘ATULYA’, which means precious and of great worth!

We seek to create an environment where they experience safety, healing relationships, and community. We also aim to equip them with education, social and practical skills, vocational training, and give opportunities to develop their mental abilities and their own giftings in order that they are able to live independently when they leave the home. We long for them to meet with God and find true freedom in a walk with Jesus.

There are 10 young women at present in the home and we would like to have up to about 15 women. These women have gone through horrifically traumatic experiences, such as incest, trafficking, sexual and physical abuse, prostituted out by their own families, and general neglect.

The Home is closely interlinked with other works of New Generation; such as Atulya GB Road and Dignity Preserves (reaching out to sex-workers) and Courage Homes (Transit Home for girls who have been trafficked).

The Home is also an integrated part of the The Hub church community in Delhi.

Project Date: November 29, 2016