We are proud to say that since our birth in 2011, MINDS has been focused on community-level systemic change. Through close collaboration with local stakeholders including: teachers, village & community leaders, local governments, and clinicians—we have been able to continuously modify our programs to deliver a human-centered approach to mental health care.
Our volunteers have been essential to the growth of our mission. They not only bring unique ideas, experiences, and backgrounds, but they work on-the-ground to force our teams to continue developing innovative approaches to delivering mental health care.
People served in 150+ Communities
We have been serving over 150 communities, consisting of a population of over 250,000 individuals since 2011.
Through our school mental health education program, we have been able to provide direct programming for over 41,000 schoolchildren and over 1,750 teachers.