1 . It support, treat people with mental disorders (mental illness or mental health difficulties) in a homely 
     setting, instead of a psychiatric hospital.

2. It give comprehensive treatment to the patient until the patient achieves a sense of complete wellness. 

3. It increase the Health Quotient (HQ) of every individual through our healthcare services to achieve a    
     healthy society.

4. It has full time psychiatrist, Psychiatry social workers, Counselors and Occupational therapist. 

5. The Hospital has 70 bedded inpatient facilities. We admit the patient with the consent of a responsible 

6. Delicious Kerala dishes are served from the Hospital Canteen. Food will be served individually at each 
    patient’s room. Limited varieties of food items are available. 

7.  Purified drinking water is supplied at every room in thermo flask.

8.  Audiovisual entertainment has been arranged. 

9.  Accommodation  facility has been arranged for 50 female students to stay during their psychiatric posting.

10. Above all our hospital is blessed with a beautiful chapel for prayer, worship and adoration. Holy masses 
      are held here daily for the patients, which perpetuate their relation with the Almighty. 


          It is a charitable mental hospital run by the Congregation of Teresian Carmelites (CTC). The Teresian Carmelites is a community of consecrated men, women and laity who have found their "spiritual homeland" in the Carmelite Charism. The Carmelite Charism means that it was "born of the Spirit for the good of all and must once again be placed at the center of the Church, open to communion and participation by all the People of God." (Blessed John Paul II, Starting Afresh from Christ). The Carmelite Charism educates Christians to move towards the deepest depth of their own heart (where God himself dwells) in order to discover by this interior journey the depths of God's heart, the depth of every human being's heart, and the depths of the events of all reality. Learning at the feet of the great Carmelite Saints and Doctors of the Church, Sts. Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Therese of Lisieux, Elizabeth of the Trinity and Edith Stein, we hope to reach the universal call to holiness which was proclaimed at the Second Vatican Council.

Our Carmelite community desires to put the Carmelite charism in 'movement' so that it can become the pedagogical (teaching) criterion of its faith, Christian friendship, culture and mission. In this way we can build a 'family of families'–organically and authoritatively guided-in which every state of life has its own role and recognition, so that each person will be helped to accomplish his/her own vocation, but with constant attention to realizing the 'movement of love' that comes from God, extending itself up to our neighbors and the whole world.