This is where RUSH really started - meeting the community in their own places. RUSH volunteer workers go around the community visiting people in their homes, talking to them about their needs, and encouraging them to be an active part of the community. The workers will then provide advice, spiritual support, prayer and sometimes financial aid as well. What the workers have found is that many people are knowledgeable about their own situations, and often have resources which they could use. RUSH sees itself as a catalyst to mobilise people to use the resources they have in their current environment in order to improve their situation. This is part of the Poverty Eradication scheme. The door-to-door visits are also an opportunity for the Home-Based Care scheme (HBC), supported by the government, to care for people living with HIV/AIDS. RUSH has trained workers in this area, who work to help look after people in their homes.