People with psychosocial disabilities are often incoherent, verbally aggressive, a few being reticent and seclusive in nature, are reluctant to speak. They are kept in observation centre to ferret out their abilities and disabilities on physical and mental grounds. They are then counseled to navigate their lives through healthy choices for social well being.

How ?

Professionally trained volunteers and experts are engaged to provide counseling to vulnerable people for recovery of their mental health.

11052 + were counseled since inception in the year 2014


Counseling helps people navigate difficult life situations such as the death of a loved one, divorce, natural disasters, stress, loss of a job and family problems. Counseling involves helping people make needed changes in ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, and is a goal-based collaborative process, involving a non-judgmental, supportive counselor who works with a client in telling his or her story, setting viable goals and developing strategies and plans necessary to accomplish these goals. For some people this process takes a small amount of time, in some cases as little as one or two sessions; for others, the process may last longer.