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NGO Community Program

Pioneering national access to mental healthcare

Who is Mind You?

Mind You is a mental health tech company that provides a comprehensive mental healthcare solution for employees and individuals through preventative therapy and counseling. The organisation endeavours to lift the stigmas surrounding mental health and pioneer national access and affordability of mental healthcare.

What is the NGO Community Program?

A community service program that gives partner organisations access to FREE mental health sessions for a period of six months.

What are the services included?

The free service includes access to our online platform. The sessions are led by graduating psychology students supervised by licensed psychologists. Participants who receive free mental health sessions then have the option to purchase further sessions with their preferred level of practitioner. 

Apart from the mere access to therapy, the ease in booking and having these sessions are just as important.

Did You Know?

There are

0 Filipinos
For Every 1 Psychologist

According to the World Health Organization, there is only 1 psychologist for every 80,000 Filipinos, which is six times lower than their recommendation. 

Mind You recognises this supply shortage and is working with top-tier universities in the Philippines to ensure the continuity of graduates meeting the requirements to sit their board exams to become licensed psychologists. 

The Impact

Mind You and its partner organisations therefore have the opportunity to achieve two milestones:


Further efforts in providing mental healthcare access


capacity build our future mental health professionals through guided clinical exposure

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Learn More About
Mind You's NGO Program


See Our NGO Program
Eligibility Criteria

Apply Now

If you’re interested in applying to our NGO program after reviewing our eligibility criteria, click on the Apply button below. If you have any further questions email us at

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Proceed to the nearest emergency room or call the 24-hour toll-free suicide prevention hotline, provided by the National Center for Mental Health (NCMH).

0917-899-USAP (8727)