There is no health without mental health (WHO). We must build a culture of never keeping mental illness and poor mental health to ourselves. There really is power in sharing. Though limited; professionals are available to help if and when you need one. Suicide is not an option and we want to change the tradition of keeping silent.

In the words of Debbie Plotnick., we know we cannot prevent every suicide attempt, but it’s important that we put politics aside to provide information and resources to those who need it wherever they are. The goal is to save lives. We want to let people know that if they or someone they love is suicidal, it’s ok to ask for help and that help is available.

We are bridging the gap between those that need help and those that can help within our focus areas:

Mental Health

With a focus on SUICIDE PREVENTION ACTIVITIES

Education

With a focus on GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

Youths

With a focus on YOUTH CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

Oluwatosin Olabode

Founder

 

Samuel
Okorie

Abuja rep

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Esther Uzoukwu

Lagos rep

Services:

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Our services revolve around Advocacy and
Awareness Creation via training, conferences, workshops, seminars, and support
groups, etc.

Approaches:

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We help by creating platforms that
connect people with the needs they require.

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We operate by focusing on raising
questions, finding people with the answers, monitoring the implementation of
the answers found and following up on the people and platforms on whose
demands, the question were asked.

Core Values:

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Service

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Collaboration

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Excellence

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Accountability

·                    Integrity

Strengthening Society Today Foundation aka. Double ST Foundation though founded on the 13th of July 2018 was registered in Nigeria on the 8th of May, 2019 with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC/NO 128852), and was officially launched on the 13th of July, 2019 by a team of young intellectuals and concerned individuals led by Oluwatosin Olabode