- The health centres of the Diocese and the personnel are aware of the national health policy and the policy of the CBCI.
- Disseminate the information through seminars/ workshops.
- Train lay volunteers /association members regarding the policies
- Encourage people to avail themselves the government schemes and NGO programmes like health cards.
- The addicted youth are freed from addictive substances including alcohol and are actively engaged in the welfare of the family.
- Collect data of the addicts in respective parishes.
- Direct the addicted youth to the de-addiction centre through counselling.
- Promote alcoholic anonymous meetings and counselling sessions.
- People are made aware of the causes of common diseases, and urged to take preventive measures.
- Give health education on safe drinking water, sanitation measures and hygienic habits.
- Conduct school health programmes.
- Conduct eye camps, cardiac camps and blood check-up camps.
- Spread awareness on government supply of generic medicine.
- Disseminate information among students, parents, youth and women regarding communicable and non-communicable diseases and safety measures.
- Excluded groups are conscientized to claim their rightful share in the government schemes.
- Hold seminars to create awareness among the faithful.
- Do statistical data analysis of differently-abled, People Living in HIV (PLHIV), sexual minorities and the senior citizens.
- Create awareness to avail government facilities by themselves.
- Form a committee to facilitate networking with Government agencies.