Mann Mukti at UCLA

About


Club Information
small size
20 members
medium time commitment
4 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!

Interest Form

Let the club know you're interested in them!
"Our mission is to encourage healthy, open dialogue of South Asian mental health issues in an effort to remove stigma, improve awareness and promote self-care."

What We Do

Here on the MannMukti website, you’ll find a diverse array of real stories of South Asian mental health journeys. These people want you to know that you’re not alone. Our "Stories of Stigma" podcast series connects interested listeners with experts on South Asian mental health, through interviews hosted by the MannMukti team. Background information on mental health conditions and treatments help keep you informed and aware, even if you’re not currently seeking help. Research and articles keep you updated about scientific developments on the link between immigration, South Asian culture, and mental health. Detailed resources offer options for addressing your mental health with professionals in your area, or for learning more from national advocacy groups and other South Asian organizations. Our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) offer mental health content and resources on your newsfeed, while our MannMukti Community forum for connecting with others enables you to normalize conversations about mental health and defeat stigma. Finally, our University Chapters and Ambassador Program organize students and professionals around the mission of MannMukti, foster community through grass-roots initiatives, and encourage local self-care.
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Written Application
Our applications is more to get to understand your goals. There is no formal selection process; anyone with a passion for South Asian mental health advocacy is welcome :)

Mann Mukti at UCLA

About


Club Information
small size
20 members
medium time commitment
4 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!
"Our mission is to encourage healthy, open dialogue of South Asian mental health issues in an effort to remove stigma, improve awareness and promote self-care."

What We Do

Here on the MannMukti website, you’ll find a diverse array of real stories of South Asian mental health journeys. These people want you to know that you’re not alone. Our "Stories of Stigma" podcast series connects interested listeners with experts on South Asian mental health, through interviews hosted by the MannMukti team. Background information on mental health conditions and treatments help keep you informed and aware, even if you’re not currently seeking help. Research and articles keep you updated about scientific developments on the link between immigration, South Asian culture, and mental health. Detailed resources offer options for addressing your mental health with professionals in your area, or for learning more from national advocacy groups and other South Asian organizations. Our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) offer mental health content and resources on your newsfeed, while our MannMukti Community forum for connecting with others enables you to normalize conversations about mental health and defeat stigma. Finally, our University Chapters and Ambassador Program organize students and professionals around the mission of MannMukti, foster community through grass-roots initiatives, and encourage local self-care.

Interest Form

Let the club know you're interested in them!
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Written Application
Our applications is more to get to understand your goals. There is no formal selection process; anyone with a passion for South Asian mental health advocacy is welcome :)