Therapy is our core remedy and psychosocial support is what we offer people of our community as we seek to address problems that arise from Mental Health cases. Our major areas are; Mental Health Awareness, Depression and Stress Management, Suicide Awareness and Prevention, Drug addiction and alcoholism, Youth empowerment programs, Mentorship Programs, Gender based violence (GBV), Family Therapy, Social Justice activism and Rehabilitation of street families.
We have undergone mental health conditions that resulted in our members engaging in crime, drugs , substance abuse, GBV, HIV & Aids, Alcoholism and Suicide.We know what works and what does not work in Kibra.
In Kibra mental health has affected people’s relationships with their children, spouses, relatives, friends, and co-workers. This has led to problems such as social isolation, which has disrupted people’s communication and interactions with others. This has particularly harmful effects on children and adolescents whose development depends on forming bonds with their family members and peers. In adults, this social isolation has led to family breakdown, divorce, or even childhood neglect.