Our centers have been closed for face-to-face counselling since the lockdown in April 2020.
To continue to provide our services and for everyone's safety, we have for now, moved to online and work from home model.
Currently we have a system of a waitlist. Please call us to check the status of the waitlist.
You can call us between 10am and 4pm,
Monday to Friday:
01124311918, 01124318883, 01143001456
(Please note: These numbers are for appointments only)
You can also email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Rehabilitation Centre is also operational online for people living with serious mental illness such as schizophrenia. For more information, email us at
We are using Google meet for counselling and zoom for rehab centre sessions.
Established in 1976, Sanjivini is a registered non-profit voluntary organization that has been addressing the mental health needs of the community for over four decades.
Our roots go back to a group of committed individuals who set up this organization, recognizing that a patient ear and a supportive environment can help one find the strength they need to overcome the complications in their life. At Sanjivini, we believe that mental health is an integral part of our overall well being, both, as people and as a society. Annually, on an average over 2000 people use our services.
We are doing our bit to get more people talking to us, and about mental health.
WHY JOIN US?
What Sanjivini is today, is a result of one of our core philosophies - Volunteerism. More than what we give, in the form of volunteering, we get back through self-growth, empathy and strengthened personal relationships.
We are always on the lookout for committed individuals who would like to volunteer a helping hand towards our cause and make mental health accessible to all.
"Caring for caregivers"
Listening to the needs and concerns of caregivers is a fundamental part of most of the work we do at Sanjivini. We hear how difficult it is to find information relevant to the issues caregivers face every day. They often tell us that they feel alone and are unsure where to turn. Sanjivini Society for Mental Health has launched a Caregiver handbook for caregivers on Mental health day 2019.
The caregiver handbook was made possible by valuable feedback from our caregivers, volunteers, supervisors and our staff, who all have experience working with the caregivers. The handbook is filled with symptoms, tips and resources intended to support the caregivers. We hope this resource will enhance the rewarding aspects of caregiving by helping the caregivers to manage some of its challenges and demands. This handbook will become a set and organized source of information and knowledge for the caregivers. It will motivate them to take measures on self-care before they also escalate in psychological or physical illness.
01-Jan (Saturday) New Year
26-Jan (Wednesday) Republic Day
18-Mar (Friday) Holi
15-April (Friday) Good Friday
03-May (Tuesday) Id-ul-Fitr
11-Aug (Thursday) Raksha Bandhan
15-Aug (Monday) Independence Day
05-Oct (Wednesday) Dussehra
24-Oct (Monday) Diwali
25-Oct (Tuesday) Govardhan Puja
26-Oct (Wednesday) Bhai Duj
08-Nov (Tuesday) Guru Nanak Birthday
SANJIVINI CENTRES WILL BE SHUT FOR THE FOLLOWING DAYS: