The two storied building of this home accommodates this year (2011) 76 girls. Other twelve girls from this home have successfully passed General Nursing course from Hyderabad and are employed in different hospitals. Another five girls of this home will complete their General Nursing Course in 2012 from different hospitals in Andhra Pradesh. Two of its inmates will complete their BSc Nursing course in 2012.There are 2 students for post BSc course in 2012. Till the day 16 inmates of this home were given in marriage spending at least Rs.1, 00,000(one hundred thousand) to each marriage from this home. The institution's income is mainly voluntary donations from its well wishers who donate not only money and ornaments for marriages but also offer regular donations and feasts to the inmates on their special occasions like wedding anniversary, baptism, marriage, memorial days, birth days, house warming, joining new offices etc. There is an industrial school of garment making unit here giving training and possibility of future carrier for their livelihood both for the inmates of the home and girls from the nearby villages. The Dairy farm attached has 18 cows .The daily milk product and cow duct brings a considerable income to the home besides the goober gas plant supplying needed gas for cooking as well as lighting. There are small farms for cultivating bananas, tapiochia and other crops for the daily use in a small scale. The kitchen garden nearby the Home brings also an income for the daily life of the inmates. There are two new buildings being constructed with donations from well wishers as Working Women's Hostel for working women of the locality. The Home's Matrons Rev.Sr. Elsa and Rev.Sr.Slomo are unique in their dedicated service making wonders in charitable works in the society.
The boys' home was shifted to Vadavucodu from Mannapra in 1995 with 30 inmates. In the beginning they were accommodated in the home owned by the Christian Fellowship and they were shifted to the new two storied building constructed by the MBCH in the land donated by the Christian Fellowship of Vadavucodu in 2002.This year (2011) the home accommodates 22 boys .All of them are studying in the R M higher Secondary School at Vadavucodu. After completing their school education they are sent to various job oriented courses at industrial training centers nearby.After completing their courses there they are usually given jobs in different industrial firms in Kerala and outside. Then they will take care themselves for their decent family life. The home extends usual helps if they need in purchasing a land or for the construction of a new house for them up to Rs.50000 (fifty thousand). Rev.Fr. Mathew Markose of the Diocese of Kandanad West serves as the warden of the home.