Services and helplines

COVID-Gyan aims to relay scientific information to the general public and ways of staying safe during this pandemic. This includes a section dedicated to general well-being. There are several resources available, including, how to keep your anxiety in check, dealing with isolation, how to keep busy during this trying time, and more.
We have recently launched well-being sessions through online platform featuring conversations with various people from different backgrounds. This platform aims at building a community where people can share stories, experiences and encourage positive conversations on mental health and well-being.
Stay connected with us on social media (look for the hashtags #covidgyan and #SundownerSession) for details.
Please note that these are NOT substitutes for psychological counseling or therapy sessions. The objective is to create a community platform. We urge you to reach out to a qualified mental health professional should you need it.

 

  • Parivarthan (Sanskrit for transformation) is a Counselling, Training and Research Centre dedicated to promoting positive change in the individual. You can receive counselling Monday to Friday 10 AM to 10 PM. Call on 76766 02602 Email at| parivarthanblr@gmail.com | www.parivarthan.org
  • Sneha Foundation India is 24X7 helpline that offers emotional support to the depressed, desperate and suicidal. Call on| +914424640050 | https://snehaindia.org/
  • Vandrevala Foundation for Mental Health is an initiative to raise awareness for and provide services to mentally ill or emotionally distressed individuals. One can talk to trained professional via their hotline. Call on| 18602662345 (partialy paid) | https://www.vandrevalafoundation.com
  • SAHAI Helpline for suicide prevention and emotional distress, is run by a team of dedicated volunteers who serve to help people from all walks of life during times of emotional upheaval or distress.  Call on| 080-25497777 | https://www.facebook.com/Sahai-Helpline-91-80-25497777-247442978655084
  • Lifeline Foundation  is a Voluntary Non – Profit Organisation based in Kolkata, West Bengal.Who are working in the field of Suicide Prevention by running Free & Confidential Tele-Helplines for callers who may be Distressed, Depressed or Suicidal. Cal them on:+91 33 2474 4704, +91 33 2474 5886, 2474 5255 | https://lifelinefoundation.co.in/
  • AASRA is an organisation that provide voluntary, professional and essentially confidential care and support to the depressed & the suicidal. Their helpines are open Mon-Sun| 14:00 - 20:00. Call on| +91 22 2754 6669 | www.aasra.info
  • SUMAITRI is a Delhi based voluntary organization, which is running a crisis intervention center for people who are depressed, distressed or may be experiencing emotional distress. Their helplines are open Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri| 14:00 - 22:00 Sat, Sun| 10:00 - 22:00, Call on| 011 2338 9090 
  • Now&Me is a platform to share your experiences anonymously| https://nowandme.com/
  • Sanjivini Society for Mental Health offers free counselling to those suffering from anxiety, depression & other mental health issues. Call on| 011-24311918 | https://www.facebook.com/SanjiviniSociety/
  • Snehi is an organisation for Psycho-social support and Mental Health Care, focusing mainly on child and adolescent mental health care and rights. Call on| 011-26521494
  • Fortis Stress Helpline is a 24X7 helpline. Call on: +918376804102
  • Roshni trust is a voluntary organization that values human life. Roshni helpline comes under its umbrella. Roshni helpline provides free and confidential service by providing emotional support to the depressed and the suicidal, since 20 years. Helpline open from Monday to Saturday: 11am to 9pm Call on: +91 40 6620 2000, +91 40 6620 2001 | https://roshni-trust.org/
  • Kashmir Lifeline supports people experiencing emotional and psychological distress in Srinagar and around the Kashmir valley providing therapeutic mental health care beyond limits of medication. The helpline is open Sunday to Thursday: 10am to 5pm. Call on: 1800 180 7020 | http://www.kashmirlifeline.org/