Our Vision and Mission

PCF works not only with the prisoners, ex- prisoners, crime victims in the area of welfare, rehabilitation and reconciliation but also provides the much needed financial, moral and social support to family memebers with an aim to bring them back to the mainstream vibrant society.

GILGAL Counselling and Research Centre

Gilgal Counselling Centre caters to the need of Counselling and Psychotherapy in the area of Marriage Counselling, Youth Counselling, Children;s Counselling and Abuse Related Pastoral Counselling. A four-year training track is designed to train christian counsellors to equip them in Abuse Related Patoral Counselling in partnership with International psychotherapy School in Christian Culture from Debmark.

Children of Prisoners Project (CPP)

To begin with, PCF in Partnership with Prison Fellowship India started with two counsellors with 100 children under the age of 13 in 2014. These children mostly belonged to the prisoners of Nasik, Taloja, Thane, Kalyan, Kolhapur, Alibaug and Pune. Today PCF looks after the welfare of 200 children and has five members.