List of Organizations focused on mental health needs in the South Asian community within United States:

  1. https://saalt.org/the-coalition/meet-the-ncso/ 

  2. https://www.searac.org/

  3. https://www.maifs.org/default.aspx Mai Family Services: They provide confidential helpline and support in multiple Indian languages and culturally appropriate counseling for different mental health issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, marriage counseling, abuse and referrals to shelters, attorneys, community health resources and therapists. 

  4. https://www.mannmukti.org/ They are a storytelling platform which enables South Asians to normalize and discuss issues regarding mental health. You will also find different mental health resources and places where one can seek help.

  5. http://www.naminj.org/programs/multicultural/samhaj/ 

  6. https://probonocounseling.org/seeking-care/special-programs/

  7. https://planamag.com/an-asian-american-therapists-guide-to-asian-american-mental-health-db87a35b6f1c : An Asian American Therapist’s Guide to Asian American Mental Health

  8. https://www.columbusrecoverycenter.com/depression-resource-guide/ : A comprehensive depression and suicide resource guide

9. Parenting Strengths:

    https://umn.zoom.us/rec/play/vMV7dr-hrD03HdbEtwSDAKN_W9S1Kaqs0yBN-     aALnRnmU3QFYQL0NLATMLMOLTK3fqPiheKe5MJhKe2D?continueMode=true 

10. The Taboo of Mental Illness in the South Asian American Community

https://www.findapsychologist.org/psychologist-spotlight-the-taboo-of-mental-illness-in-the-south-asian-american-community-by-dr-jyothsna-s-bhat/

11. Back to School 2020: Mental health during a Pandemic https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/25/well/family/teens-mental-health-needs.html

12. I'm So Stressed Out! Fact Sheet: This fact sheet provides information on the differences and similarities between stress and anxiety, why it's important to manage stress and anxiety, and tips for coping.

https://www.facebook.com/21505614134/posts/10157886231309135/?substory_index=0

13. Please click below for "Addiction Resource for Parents" and "How to Build a Sober Support Network Guide" 

https://www.bluecrestrc.com/addiction-resources-for-parents/

https://www.bluecrestrc.com/how-to-build-a-sober-support-network/

 

14. Supporting an addicted family member or friend can be overwhelming, but there are many resources that can help you understand and deal with a loved one’s addiction.

https://www.southjerseyrecovery.com/friends-family/

15. Practical ways to manage stress and tension. Visit www.anxietyasset.com

16. https://www.pinnaclepeakrecovery.com/drug-alcohol-addiction-support-groups/ a guide to help those in recovery find the best support group for their needs.

17. https://www.rccmhc.org/whole-story resources for Children's Mental health

 

18. https://www.cellphonedeal.com/blog/how-to-keep-your-teenagers-safe-while-on-their-smartphones

19.  The article is entitled “Depression at work: Symptoms and what to do about it” where one can find a list of vital points of the signs that trigger a worker’s depression, causes of burnout, and how to overcome it.  Here is the link: https://www.fingerprintforsuccess.com/blog/depression-at-work

20. Guide to addressing mental health resources for People of Color  and their allies:

  • Live Another Day - Live Another Day believes in equal access to life-saving mental health and substance use resources. This website provides extensive information on the best resources available.

  • Detox Local - An excellent resource that features abundant information including mental health and substance use resources specifically for the AAPI (American Asian and Pacific Islander) community.