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This Diwali, United We Care, an app-based platform that integrates social, mental, financial, and legal support systems for men, women, youth and children and LGBTQ, is encouraging people to let out their inner child and share their stories and experiences...
United We Care, an app- and web-based platform for your emotional well-being is asking people to #MindIt when it comes to addressing mental health issues. The campaign, active on the brand’s Instagram handle, talks about how people use certain terms like depression colloquially and the need to raise awareness on the actual manifestation of mental health issues...
This Diwali, United We Care is encouraging people to let out their inner child and share their stories and experiences. The integrated campaign called #YehDiwaliBachchonWaali, launched across various digital platforms, focuses on bringing back the carefree childhood days as well as being able to have some heart-to-heart conversations....
This is the story of United We Care, the startup founded by Shumita Kakkar. This is her story. Story of Mental Health startup, United We Care.
Backed by Pee Safe co-founder Vikas Bagaria, this Gurugram-based mental health startup United We Care hopes to change lives by starting quality conversations around mental health needs.
Mental health has always been neglected but now with awareness in society people are openly addressing their issues. -featured in Urban Melange magazine February 2021 Edition
Women's Day: Meet Shumita Kakkar Who Aims to Create an Ecosystem to Express Without Fear of Bias and Judgement
Shumita Kakkar has always felt a strong urge to stand up for mental health issues particularly for women and LGBTQ in the country and this zeal eventually transformed into United We Care.
Gurgaon-based Shumita Kakkar, founder of mental health platform United We Care started this venture in 2019, after having a flourishing corporate career for over a decade. Through this initiative, she aims to empower people from all walks of life to take charge of their mental health and break the stigma that’s associated with this topic.
Given how Diwali coincided with Children's Day this year, the campaign highlighted the essence of childhood and encouraged adults to open up and talk and express oneself easily as children, share and forget easily instead of being worried of stigma, judgement, and overthinking.
Among other things, the campaign will see over 200 psychologists, lawyers, life coaches and other experts raising awareness on mental health tagging their posts with a Green Ribbon..