|Family and community level intervention turn effective||2015-09-25|
|Residents of Tanahu benifited with mental health services||2015-06-24|
|Training on Psychological First Aid||2015-06-24|
|Orientation programs on mental health issue||2015-06-24|
|An emergency psychosocial support at Bhaktapur||2015-05-15|
|Community based mental health program at Tanahu||2015-04-20|
|Maili is now reintegrates into her family||2014-06-13|
|Rescue of a woman with mental health problem||2014-06-02|
|Salina is reintegrated in her family||2014-04-30|
|Entered Home After Four Years||2014-04-13|
|A Girl with Mental Health Problem was Rescued||2014-04-01|
|Mentally ill woman rescued with 19 days old baby girl||2014-03-23|
|Abandoned mentally ill woman rescued||2014-03-11|
|LA Students Visited Koshish's Transit Home||2014-02-26|
|Rescued mentally ill mother and son from the same family||2014-02-19|
|Rescued mentally ill woman from Gongabu||2014-02-13|
|Mentally ill woman receiving treatment at Transit home||2014-02-12|
Maya (name changed) does not have clear memory of what happened in the last four years. She is completely unknown about how her past four years went. She only knows that she was mentally ill earlier and now she has become healthy.
Maya and her fifteen months old daughter entered in her parent’s home in Baglung district (western part of Nepal) on 13th April 2014. The KOSHISH team has successfully reintegrated Maya and her daughter with the help of Women Development Officer and Local Police. Maya’s father and the community people were surprised to see Maya back in their community.
Two years ago, a local newspaper had published Maya’s news. KOSHISH heard about the news and brought her to the Transit home with her six months old daughter inorder to provide treatment. At Transit Home, she received treatment for eight months.
After reaching her community, she started to recall her past memories. Maya thanked KOSHISH for helping her in treatment and rehabilitation. "Now I will stay with my father and try to live a happy life", she states.