Social Services & Relief Program

Mustahiq Services

Mustahiq Service is a series of activities oriented toward service and consultation of community problems using the Da’wah approach to increase the dignity of the Dhuafa. The service uses 2 (two) approaches; passive service (mustahiq visiting the LPM offices) and active service (Actively visiting mustahiq or synergizing with local partners). The program aims to maintain the honor of mustahiq, explore mustahiq problems and find solutions, and establish a place to complain. The criteria for beneficiaries of this program are divided into 6: Fakir, Miskin, Muallaf, Gharimin, Ibn Sabil, and Fisabilillah. The distribution of beneficiaries in the Jabodetabek area and other remote areas of the Republic of Indonesia.

Patient Spiritual Guidance

Patient Spiritual Guidance is a process of spiritual guidance and guidance to patients when undergoing treatment at a hospital or after treatment by listening to patients and providing motivation and patience in receiving Allah’s destiny, reciting verses of the Qur’an, and praying for their health. The goal is to help ease the burden of mental suffering for the patient, provide motivation and encouragement to remain patient and patient, foster an atmosphere of togetherness and familiarity for patients to share their feelings and stories, and help to give peace of mind to patients and families.

Activities in this program include Spiritual Guidance for patients and accompanying families, Home Care, Sharing & Problem Solving, Islamic Spiritual Training, and Tausyiah Messenger. The program beneficiaries are hospitals that have worked together and signed the MoU on the BRP program, communities that need spiritual guidance, and hospital and academic stakeholders. The location of the BRP program currently includes eight hospitals throughout Indonesia.

Bina Santri Lapas

Bina Santri Lapas is a program aiming to hold guidance, activities, and religious training for assisted Muslim prison residents. They are carried out at the time and place provided by the prison, with the hope that in the future, when they leave the prison, the assisted residents can live better and be accepted in the community. The activities of this prison development program include training and empowerment of assisted residents, Regular Guidance by bringing Da’i to prisons, the commemoration of Islamic and National Holidays, Mubaligh and Mosque Prosperity Courses/training, Problem-solving dialogues with students, and Home Care. The Bina Santri Lapas program has collaborated to manage pupils in 7 prisons.

Pondok Jiwa Sehat

The Pondok Jiwa Sehat (Healthy Soul Hut) program provides a place for rehabilitation activities for mentally disabled patients who come from low-income families. Conducting Islamic spiritual guidance to patients with Mental Disabilities by a Psychiatrist. The objectives are providing assistance in terms of meeting the needs of dhoruriyat (e.g., eating, drinking, and clothing for mental disabilities), elevating the dignity and dignity of mentally disabled patients, easing the economic burden and mental burden of the patient’s family, and providing mental care/rehabilitation services. The program targets mentally disabled patients who have not received special rehabilitation treatment, are located in the Jabodetabek area and come from Dhuafa families.

Shelter Sehati

The Sehati shelter program provides a house used as a temporary residence for patients and families undergoing treatment at RSCM and Dharmais Jakarta, allowing patients and their families to get decent housing for a predetermined period. The patient in the shelter receives religious guidance, counseling, and skills and gets basic needs to reduce life during treatment. The goal is to help provide proper temporary housing to patients and companions, lessen the burden of contractual costs from the basic needs of patients and families during treatment, as a means of religious guidance to be more patient, as a means to be used as counseling for healthy living and simple skills, providing a means for the community to become volunteers in sharing happiness. Currently, two Sehati shelters are located in central Jakarta and West Jakarta.

Mobile Kitchen

The mobile kitchen program provides education and a healthy food supply for the poor by optimizing local resources and in-synergy with the government and private institutions concerned with improving people’s welfare. The target of this unique program is poor slums in JABODETABEK (Jakarta Greater Area) and other areas affected by the disaster.

Mortuary Repatriation Unit

The Mortuary Repatriation Unit program provides ambulance services for delivery to funeral homes or funerals. It educates the public in managing the remains by conducting training and partnerships with religious and corporate social institutions. The aim is to provide simple access to the public to get services & repatriation of corpses, educate the public in handling corpses, and establish a forum for corpse amil officers.

Independent Family Empowerment (Disman)

This program assists with the needs of the mustahik so that the assistance provided is appropriate and utilized. Assistance can be in the form of education assistance, capital, food security, and life support assistance. The types of programs include 1. Resilient Families 2. Independent Disability (DISMAN) 3. Family Bud 4. Redeem Diploma 5. Empowerment of the Taklim Ummahat Assembly (PMTU).

The Resilient Family program assists mustahiq, who are fighting for their family’s wellbeing. The assistance is subject to be adjusted to mustahiq problems, or that can ease the burden on their lives. The goal is that the mustahiq can be helped in solving its problems and can carry out its more feasible and humane activities.

This program provides business capital assistance for families with disabilities so they can conveniently do their daily activities. The form of aid will be adjusted to their urgent needs. Apart from being a form of appreciation for their life’s struggle, it is expected that this program can be an excellent example of human life, and that disability is not an obstacle to working like a normal human being.

Tunas Keluarga assists students who have to work hard to sustain their family economy or have disabilities, so they can stay in school and finish up to at least the high school level. The form of assistance will be adjusted accordingly so that the aid can really benefit. This program guarantees the student to stay in school by providing education costs for orphaned or dhuafa families in elementary/junior high school / high school so that they can graduate without any problems in terms of funding.

The Diploma Certificate Redemption Program (Tebus Ijasah) assists in redeeming diploma certificates for third-grade students of Senior/Vocational High School/ Madrasah Aaliyah, Junior High, or equivalent. Using the diploma certificate, students can continue their studies to a higher level or leverage to get a job according to their education to raise their dignity, pride, and families.

This program provides assistance in strengthening business capital to the congregation (Jamaah) of the taklim ummahat to raise the beneficiary’s family income, both in terms of economic income and resilience, because each beneficiary will be given family financial training. The aim is to maximize the consistency of the taklim majlis not only as a religious and social forum but also as a forum for economic drivers. Another goal is to create financial stability for mustahiq families, Foster the spirit of togetherness and adhesion among fellow Muslims, and Foster a sense of concern and sharing between each other.

Resilient Orphans

The Resilient Orphans Program provides assistance to orphans. The assistance is adjusted to orphans’ issues or in forms of support that can ease the burden on their lives. Currently, assistance can be given to victims of layoffs and ultra-micro business actors. Then, provide regular aid to orphans at the elementary/MI, junior high school/MTs, and high school/MA levels. For food assistance for orphaned families with difficulty fulfilling their food needs, this program partners with religious and social institutions as data supply for orphaned families and shops managed by individuals as food suppliers.