Dignity, Wellbeing, and Positive Mental Health
What is " Mental Health"
Mental health is a state of successful performance of the mind, resulting in productive activities, fulfilling relationships, and the ability to adapt to change & cope with adversity.
Mental health is indispensable to personal well-being, family and interpersonal relationships, and a positive contribution to society.
It is easy to overlook the value of mental health until the problem surface ..... yet from childhood till death, mental health is a springboard of thinking, communication, learning, emotional growth, resilience, and self-esteem.
What We Do
Face to Face
for mental disorder
Snehi is a not for profit, non-governmental mental healthcare organization. It was established on the 12th of October, 1994 by a group of individuals who were sensitive towards the rise of mental health problems in the community and were keen to provide services to meet this rising demand. Snehi was registered as a voluntary organization in April 1996.
in the last 26 years
Destitute children and orphans are taken care in foster home
Trained people from different fields
people joined in our mental health awareness workshops
1/4th of illness is mental illness but only 1% of world health spending goes on mental health
of illness is a mental illness
percent of the developing world receives practically no mental health care
people have no mental health care
out of 800,000 people worldwide died due to suicides in India.
people die due to suicides in India
out of 100,000 is the average suicide rate of MEN in India.
men die due to suicide in India
out of 100,000 is the average suicide rate of WOMEN in India.
women die every year
percent of all children and young people in india approx 65 million have a significant mental disorder at a given point of time
7- 15 %
of all children have a mental disorder
“A light of hope Snehi brought into our life. They helped us cope with our inhibitions and fears. We now believe, despite ....
“If you know a fact, share with others, bring Chetna to them, for only then, the message of happiness can be spread.”
“I was lonesome and confused
Worked up and distressed about my coming events. But then a call I made, changed my mind, .........
A caller (disha helpline)