Spatially, SAPNA has support centres in Delhi and Alwar (Rajasthan).
For its health support project based in Delhi, SAPNA has been able to develop a ‘bottoms up’, patient centric model to ensure that poor and indigent patients coming from far-flung areas of the country are provided all forms of support and care. In Delhi, the organisation’s outreach extends to patients accessing services at the Safdarjung Hospital and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), and staying in the hospital dharamshalas. SAPNA continues with the onerous task of taking care of unknown patients at the AIIMS Trauma Centre. Blood donation is yet another activity undertaken by SAPNA to help poor patients. It also supports very poor Kidney patients by providing medicines to those who are unable to sustain their treatment.
Sick and abandoned patients are sheltered at SAPNA’s Home for Sick and Destitute at Vijay Mandir in Alwar, Rajasthan. At Vijay Mandir, the organisation also runs a Public Healthcare Centre and is partnering with Venu Eye Institute and Research Centre, Delhi, to conduct monthly Eye Camps for the poor in rural areas of Alwar District. Encouraged by the response, the Institute has established a Venu Vision and Tele-Ophthalmology Centre at Vijay Mandir.
SAPNA's other initiatives at Vijay Mandir include an Learning Centre and a Computer Literacy Centre. A Jan Seva Kendra has been added to help villagers access information and procure caste & domicile certificates, land records,  etc. A Community Library supports these endeavours. A Mahatma Gandhi Centre for Learning was recently added.
A rural BPO has been the latest pioneering initiative providing livelihood to the rural youth. SAPNA Handicrafts is yet another initiative providing likelihood to underprivileged rural women.
A Mobile Veterinary Camp is held once a week.
SAPNA also runs the Mahila Salah Evam Suraksha Kendra, a redressal and counselling centre for women, located at Moti Dungri in Alwar, in partnership with the Rajasthan Police. SAPNA has also lately embarked on a programme to support disadvantaged girl child.
Environmental protection and conservation has always been high on our agenda. SAPNA has embarked on a project to restore Vijay Sagar, a dry lake adjacent to Vijay Mandir.
In addition, A Vijay Mandir Cricket Team has been formed to encourage sports amongst the rural youth.


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