If you are having suicidal thoughts, feelings, or urges, contact emergency services at 911, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, or a qualified physician / mental health professional immediately

The MannMukti Blog

At MannMukti Speaks, we aim to share with our viewers the most relevant issues affecting our community through a personal narrative.

MannMukti Youth Fellowship

This summer, we will begin our first fellowship for high school students (ages 13-18) to get involved in mental health advocacy.


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Launched in May 2017, MannMukti aims to encourage healthy, open dialogue of South Asian mental health issues in an effort to remove stigma, improve awareness and promote self-care. Watch our video here to see what resources we offer at MannMukti, hear the story of how we were founded, and most importantly, #SpeakUp!

Check out this month's updates below:


With the new school year just around the corner, many states are implementing new laws. New York schools are now implementing mandatory mental health education lessons for all students.

One group of individuals often left out in the discussion of mental health is males. Brown Girl Magazine discussed the various ways in which men are vulnerable to mental health illnesses.


"I managed to wake up every morning, get dressed, grab breakfast, and dash out the door. But it was a front." 

   - Ramya talks about her struggle and the need to address mental illness

"If you think of an average South Asian living in the United States, I'm sure most of us would assume.." 

- Payal talks about the stigma of south asians in certain occupations


We are honored to have our podcasts listed on the Discover Pod's website to fit the theme of minority mental health. We highly recommend you check out all of the various podcasts.

Our very founder, Abhi, wrote an article about the importance of MannMukti's mission in dismantling the stigma around mental health in the South Asian community.


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Talk to us! The only way to reduce the stigma is for everyone to work together - email us at info@mannmukti.org





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