Our Vision and Mission
“The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved”
― Mother Teresa
Mental illness is often ignored when it comes to diagnosing a person’s problems. According to WHO one in every 8 people suffers from mental illness in India. Beginning with autism and cognitive impairment in childhood, depression, anxiety, substance misuse, and psychosis in maturity, and ending with dementia in old life. In sum, mental health illnesses constitute 15% of the global disease burden. As per a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), India has one of the world’s largest populations of people with mental issues in one shape or another.
We are committed to eliminating the stigma surrounding mental illness through education, training, and providing access to cost-effective, high-quality care. Mental Health and well-being are universal human rights. We all deserve to live in a world where our mental health is seen to be as important as our physical health. Today, a person takes their own life every 40 seconds. 1 in 4 of us will experience mental illness. Everyone everywhere should have someone to turn to in support of their mental health. We aim to address all these issues for the betterment of society.
Our organization also dreams to create a society free of drugs, a society free of domestic violence and a society free of crime. Drug addiction leads to all of the above-mentioned problems in the current era where streets are filled with under-aged students addicted to Opioids, working laborers addicted to Alcohol, and children addicted to Ganja. Prolonged usage of these substances leads to Mental Illness. Addicted users often suffer from HIV and Hepatitis B & C, often users never realize that they are diseased and they keep spreading the disease to other users or sexual partners. We as an organization dream to guide these lost individuals out of the dark dungeons into the sunlight.
We are reintegrating Injecting Drug Users through different training programs and proper Rehabilitation