“Gratitude and Happiness are increased when
children see positives in their lives.”
1 in 4 young Indians are experiencing a mental heath difficulty. But there’s an even bigger problem: 71%of those who need help don’t get it. In India, mental health issues are an even bigger taboo than in the West. The stigmas attached to mental illnesses insure that people sweep things under the carpet and suffer in silence instead of speaking out and seeking help.
They might feel like they don’t have anyone to talk to about what they are going through. Maybe they don’t know where to go, or don’t even realize that they need help.
After friends and family, the internet is the first place young people turn to for information and support. That’s where Project Injoy comes in.
Our mission from the last three years is to deliver innovative mental health services that enable young people to take control of their mental health and well-being.
It’s a safe space for young people to learn about what they can do to get through tough times and, for many a chance to help others through their tough times. Cyber bullying and social media hate is something that young children find it hard to cope with.
Project Injoy aims at helping these young children rise above their problems and become the bolder and stronger version of themselves