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9 Mental Health Organisations in Kenya (2021)

3. Mental 360

Mental 360 is an organization that is youth driven and focused to promote mental health by creating support systems, raising awareness and advocacy for youth experiencing challenges with their mental health.

The organization is able to achieve these through art therapy, yoga, awareness campaigns as well as social media engagements and events.

Their programs include: 

• Project Oasis –‘Safe Space’

Talk therapy-calling their therapists for counseling and offer free solutions to youth 

Awareness talks-panel talks and discussions in communities, schools and work spaces

Free up clubs-mental health clubs in high school and campus that serve as safe space for topical mental health and social support.

• Awareness

Social Media- through interactive social media platforms for access to information and connecting to professional care.

Physical wellness- by participating in yoga, meditation, boxercise and dance that benefit and increase body awareness and relieve stress.

Art festival- showcasing a variety of art piece such as art pieces like drawings, music, poetry, film and drama

• Time to talk caravan

This is a nationwide campaign that moves across all 47 counties and aims to ignite conversations among communities on mental health and illness.

You can reach them through:

Website: https://mental360.or.ke/contact-us/

Email: mental360kenya@gmail.com

Phone number: 0776543099

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Written by Elsyne Njoki

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