Submitted by Editor on Fri, 2016-01-22 18:27 Udupi: Finding your loved one, who had gone missing, after a year brings immense happiness in the family and this time, Vishwasadamane Rehabilitation Centre, in Udupi has delivered that happiness to a family in Bihar by reuniting it with its dearest member. On the day of February 6, 2015, woman constable Ramya attached to Byndoor police station found a middle-aged destitute woman, and brought her to Vishwasadamane at middle of the night. The woman looked weak and her clothes also suggested that she has been on the streets for some days. The team at Vishwasadamane immediately took her under the care of the centre and started her rehabilitation. She was given a clean set of clothes and given appropriate food to bring her diet back to normal. As the medical treatment made her condition better, she revealed her identity as Usha, a native of Sifara in Bihar. And gave her address After the rehabilitation process of six months, Usha recovered completely and started helping at the centre. Vishwasadamane chief functionary Pastor Sunil wrote a letter to her family and the reuniting process commenced. Usha’s son called Vishwasadamane and informed about his travel plans to take his mother back home. He arrived to Vishwasadamane on January 10 and the family was re-united. The family expressed gratitude towards Vishwasadamane staff for giving a new lease of life to Usha.