Rehabilitation Centres For Children (RCFC) is an organisation which provides free medical treatment to children with disabilities from underprivileged backgrounds. Our offerings and aids include surgical intervention, mobility appliances, immunisation, physiotherapy, pre-vocational training, residential care and counselling. The children are also provided free accommodation till the time they recover completely.

Founded in 1973 by late Jane Pamela Webb, a British nurse and social activist, RCFC started it’s journey to render treatment and rehabilitation services for children with orthopaedic challenges.

Over the years, RCFC has grown in stature and has now become a leading centre for the treatment and rehabilitation of orthopedically challenged children from economically disadvantaged families.

The Centre has been accorded the recognition of State Resource Centre on Orthopaedic Disability by Govt. of West Bengal for its outstanding contribution in the field of disability. By tradition the Governor of West Bengal is the Patron-in-Chief of the Organisation.

The centre caters to children from different districts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Odhisa, and North Eastern region of the country and has also treated children from Afghanistan and Bangladesh.