TPCDT's Mobile Medical Units are running at almost all locations to provide healthcare facilities at the doorstep. Special Health Camps are also organized in partnership with private and Government hospitals like Anaemia Detection Camp, Eye Care Camp, Cancer Detection Camp, Orthopaedic Camp, Dental Care Camp, Gynaecology Camp, etc. We also work in collaboration with Government Health Centres to provide better health accessibility to the needy and poor people.
Apart from regular Health Camps several other voluntary Blood Donation Camps are also organized from time to time at various locations. In these initiative employees, contract workmen and associates voluntarily donate their blood and experience the "Joy of Giving".
IEC (Information Education Communication) plays an important role in changing people's attitude and sustain the change in their health seeking behaviour.
TPCDT organizes Special Training and Awareness Programs in schools and communities to ensure and inculcate good health practices amongst community people. IEC programs like Street Plays, dissemination of information through Posters, Puppet Shows, Hand Wash Training Programs in Schools, and Special Talks by specialized doctors have been conducted.
TPCDT has taken several initiatives like installation of RO plants, distribution of water purifiers in schools and communities, watershed management program, installation and repairing of hand pumps, renovation of wells and ponds, water tanker facility in drought affected areas, to address issues related to safe drinking water.
To provide good sanitation facilities and make habitation ODF (Open Defecation Free), community led programs have been initiated under which sanitation units have been constructed.
Behaviour change communication was made in order to make people aware of the need for good hygiene. Waste Management Programs have also been initiated at various locations in collaboration with respective Municipal Corporations.
TPCDT has partnered with TISS (Tata Institute of Social Sciences) for Strengthening Tuberculosis Programs in M Ward through Community Engagement and Psycho-Social Support in order to inform the State RNTCP Program. Apart from this other special interventions made include supporting physically challenged persons who have lost their limbs due to electrical accidents, by providing them with Prosthetic Limbs and thereby enabling functional restoration and enhancing their opportunities to re-engage in livelihood activities.
TPCDT also supports hospitals by providing them with medical equipments and machines. Yoga Camps have also been organized for women in communities. TPCDT has also initiated HIV/ AIDS Awareness Drives and hosted LLE (Life Line Express) at Kumardhubi Station in the State of Jharkhand, between 27th January' 2016 to 16th February' 2016. This service was for the community, and TPCDT also provided healthcare services/ treatment/ surgeries on problems related to Ear, Eye, Dental, Orthopaedic, Gynaecology and Epilepsy. A total of 5940 people were benefited from these initiatives.