World Suicide Prevention Day campaigns seek to save lives

Suicide Prevention campaigns

World Suicide Prevention Day 2019 campaigns from Non-Profit Orgainzations, Initiatives, Mental Health Solutions & more aspire to illuminate.

Mpower Minds of the Aditya Birla Education Trust, hit the ground with their last year’s campaign #SayItRight that revolved around a teenage girl going through a mental health crisis, and how people around could’ve healed her with their words, instead of hurting her.

With their present-day campaign, #SunoDekhoKaho, they urge us to reach out to the ones that need help, before it’s too late.

Manas Foundation’s campaign unfolds with a narration expressing the thoughts that might be drifting through the affected’s mind and then hits us with a hard-hitting reality that every 4 minutes, a person commits suicide in India.

Farmhealth conveys a message from a consultant psychiatrist, Chronic Pain India shares encouraging lines, urges us to give a helping hand to someone in need.

World Health Organization presents us with a mournful fact, that every 40 seconds, someone dies by suicide.

TLLLFoundation, an initiative by Deepika Padukone, launched to create awareness around mental health, with their campaign show us what we can do with 40 seconds before we take an irreversible decision.

The disheartening fact presented by WHO is a wake-up call for us to pull the ones who are swimming deep in the pool of depression, dry their tears with a napkin of joy.

These campaigns themed around suicide prevention have done their part by enlightening us about the dark world, but their aim wouldn’t be achieved until we prevent suicide.

If you’re the one that needs help don’t let the negative thoughts pierce your gut like a needle, there are a million reasons in this world to not be dull.

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Mpower Minds – #SunoDekhoKaho

Manas Foundation#StopWhenYouSpot

Understanding Depression – #StopWhenYouSpot: A Suicide Prevention Campaign by Manas Foundation

Did you know that every 4 minutes, one person commits suicide in India? Depression is one of the leading reasons for suicidal thoughts and attempts.It can stop… you can stop. This World Suicide Prevention Day, let’s learn to spot the warning signs early to help stop lives being claimed by self-harm and suicide. In this short film, we hear an internal dialogue that might seem common during a low phase. If any of these thoughts strike a chord, for you or your loved ones, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Phone Number: 41708517Email Address: foundation.manas@gmail.comAddress: S-62, Okhla Phase II, New Delhi-20. #StopWhenYouSpot #WorldSuicidePreventionDay #MentalHealthMatters #ManasFoundationTeena Yadav Pramod Pandey Achyuta Nanda DyanSamantara Sneha Jain Rhea Mathews Monica Kumar Naveen Kumar Ujwalla Bhandari Valleri Sharma Ratika Sharma Uroosa Syed Amy Chawla Arpita Choudhary Aishwarya Bajaj Naina Arora Naved Abdullah Khan Vedha Chopra Priyanka Singh Namrata Sharan Tejasvini Bisht आस्था बहुगुणा

Posted by Manas Foundation on Monday, 10 September 2018

World Health Organization (WHO)



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Medipulse Hospital


Chronic Pain India

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