asha international mental health

We Give Hope

Wellness Circle

We’ve been there. We can help.

Individuals Families

Mental health is integral to the well-being of individuals and families. But, coping with stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions can be difficult and isolating. And, the stigma and shame surrounding mental illness can prevent people from seeking help.

If you or your loved one is struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other mental health conditions, you are not alone. There is hope. We can help.

Our FREE Peer-Led Wellness Circle will inspire and empower you on your road to health and wellbeing.

  • WE INSPIRE HOPE in people living with a mental health condition that recovery is possible.
  • WE PROVIDE HELP by sharing personal insights on how to create a healthy, meaningful, productive life.
  • WE PROMOTE HEALTH by connecting people to social supports and wellness resources in the community.

Where: LifeQual Center for Health & Healing, 1975 NW 167th Pl #100, Beaverton, OR 97006
Day: January 18, 2018
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
How Often: Once a month on 3rd Thursdays

If you are an individual struggling with a mental health condition or a family member/caregiver, and want to attend the Wellness Circle  or are a healthcare provider in the Portland metro area and want to partner with us in facilitating a Wellness Circle, please email Gayathri Ramprasad at gayathri@myasha.org

For tips on healthy living, please click here

To hear message of hope, recovery and resilience, please click here

ASHA – it is not just a word or an organization, I personally feel it is a route to peace and happiness. I got to know about ASHA International after my brother broke down due to bipolar depression.

I am deeply grateful for all the HOPE and help they have given me and my family. I really appreciate their kindness and concern.

With their help, we can now see my brother doing better day by day. While continuing his treatment, he is now finally back at work and returning to a normal life.

Hi, I just wanted to quickly update you with my progress since we last spoke during my second pregnancy. I was able to successfully deliver my now 4-month-old baby with a perinatal mental health team’s support.

Thank you very much for your timely advice and support during tough times.

Thank you for sharing your personal stories; it made the discussion so much more poignant. It really hit home how it is my responsibility to make the changes in my behaviors to help manage my depression.

It’s one thing to know what to do, but it’s another to do what needs to be done consistently. Exercising daily is my biggest challenge.

Thank you again for you experience & guidance. I know it will be most helpful.

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