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Nai Kiran evolved like a process of empowerment and took a shape of social entrepreneurship of a person addicted to drugs and alcohol who lost everything and later eschewed addiction.

Bharat Bhushan, a businessman who passed through a deep sense of pain in his life because of drug and alcohol addiction. The problem of alcohol among villagers of North Delhi was rampant. Bharat Bhushan realized that he can not do it alone. He founded a series of Nai Kiran peer led Drug Rehabilitation Centers in different parts of northern India with the support of village communities, volunteers, peer counselors & educators, Nada India Foundation and mental health professionals like psychiatrist, social workers and Govt. officials.