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Police Station Based Support Center (PBSC)

Police Station Based Support Center (PBSC)

Who benefits?

Under this scheme, short and long term guidance is given to women victims of various types of violence.

Income limit does not apply.

Any woman or young woman can benefit.

How much benefit?

Pro-feminist approach.

Prioritize the needs and desires of women suffering from domestic violence and other family problems,

Counseling and guidance interventions.

Legal aid services and coordination,

To provide support to the family service supporting organizations such as doctor service, women's center, psychiatric center and vocational service assistance as per the need of the case.

Free service.

Treat the victim sympathetically.

Complete information of the case is confidential.

Relieve the victim woman of fear and help maintain self-esteem.

To enable women to make their own decisions within the limits of the law.


Where to get the benefit

Additional Commissioner, Department of Women and Child Development (Gandhinagar)

District level Women and Child Officer's Office • Venu : Police Station Based Support Center (Police Station designated in the district)

What evidence is required?

To submit necessary documents related to the case.

Official Website : Police Station Based Support Center (PBSC)


Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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