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Who Uses this Helpline?
Saathi Helpline is open to any individual of any age. Calls are received from children, young adults and adults.
Saathi helpline is able to take calls on a wide range of issues including bullying, exam stress, relationships, anger, depression, anxiety, phobias, loneliness.
Saathi Helpline also keeps information on other agencies, support groups and counsellors throughout the corners and this service can also be used by professionals seeking sources of help for the clients in their care. Saathi Helpline can be used as a source of referral by the media to help callers after programmes where it is felt people may be in need of emotional support.
How can this Helpline Help?
Saathi Helpline listens, supports and responds to callers in need of emotional support. In our lives some of us may suffer emotional traumas difficulties and fears, that we may find difficult to talk to others about. It can sometimes be hard to confide in those closest to us for fear of being judged, not being believed or understood, or we do not want to worry other people. Some may feel that they simply do not have anyone to turn to or to gain support from. Depression and anxiety may strike for no obvious reason and this may lead to feelings of isolation and despair.
Many callers are suffering from low sense of worth and self esteem. Some have found themselves in situations where they feel they have no control over their own lives. Saathi helpline tries to empower and encourage callers to be responsible for their own choices, decisions and actions, thereby regaining some control and enabling them to develop or improve their sense of self worth and self esteem and an inner feelings of strength.
Saathi Helpline will enable the caller to talk over his/her feelings with a helpline worker who offers non-judgmental, caring, empathic support. The helpline worker will work with the caller to encourage greater understanding and awareness of the caller’s issues and to help the caller develop more positive coping strategies.