Suicide & Crisis Lines
Youth Help Line Network Project
The purpose of the project is the provision of a secure and confidential gateway for young people to access information regarding problems associated with adolescence particularly regarding reproductive health issues and to provide counseling and guidance to those who seek help.
Domestic & Sexual Violence
Ministry of Human Rights Helpline
The helpline was developed as a kind of online guideline for women and children during lockdown and has been around since then for counseling and help of any kind.
Rozan Counseling Helpline
Rozan Counseling Help Line provided non-judgmental and confidential space to young people, women, and children where they can call and share their concerns related to emotional, sexual, reproductive health, violence against women, and girls and child sexual abuse.
White Ribbbon Pakistan
White Ribbon Pakistan’s mission is to sensitize men, by teaching and engaging them actively through continuous campaigning across all mediums, to stop all types all violence against women.
Mental Health Conditions & Family Support
Child Protection and Welfare Bureau
To provide safe heaven to destitute, neglected, abused, and run away children where they are provided with shelter, education, and protection with an emphasis on turning them into useful and productive members of the society. Psychological counseling is provided to children and their parents both in individual and group form.
Project Yaqeen aims to bridge the gap between ethical, transparent, professional, and accountable practices in Pakistan and those that need help supporting their mental health. Project Yaqeen also aims to provide awareness about mental health issues prevalent in the context of Pakistan.
SehatYab provides online video consultations with therapists in Pakistan. You can have live video calls whether you are in Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Islamabad, or anywhere else.
Umang is Pakistan’s very own 24/7 mental health helpline which is totally free of cost. They are trying to break the taboo associated with mental health by spreading awareness nation-wide. Their team includes 140 professional individuals who are working towards helping people suffering from mental health problems.
The helpline is run by 200 GCP certified clinical psychologists, having completed a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology. Umang provides 24/7 support through their mental health helpline.
The team can provide urgent help to people who are experiencing a psychiatric emergency at home, by offering instant intervention services and resourceful support until stabilization.