mental health day (4)

About Mental Health Day


Addressing the critical need to promote mental well-being, reduce stigma, and support individuals struggling with mental health issues.


Raise awareness about mental health among youth and the general populace, encouraging open discussions and understanding. Provide support and education through various interactive and engaging activities, fostering a culture of compassion and understanding.


Social Media Live Programs: Hosting live sessions on social media platforms to reach a broad audience and engage in real-time discussions about mental health.

Online & Offline Workshops: Conducting online and Offline workshops focused on mental health education, coping strategies, and self-care practices.

Interactive Discussions: Facilitating open discussions to break the stigma surrounding mental health and promote a supportive community environment.


Through social media live programs and online and offline workshops, Lal Sabuj Society has engaged more than 2,000 people of different ages, fostering a greater understanding of mental health issues. Reached and educated 3,000 youths through workshops, providing them with essential knowledge and tools to prioritize their mental well-being and support others. By promoting open discussions and education, the initiative helps to break the stigma associated with mental health, encouraging individuals to seek help and support when needed.