LISSUN opens its first mental wellness center in Uttar Pradesh

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LISSUN, a mental wellness startup, has announced the launch of its first offline center in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh.

The LISSUN Experiential center has been launched at 218, Atreya Hospital, Sadar Bazaar, Muzaffarnagar.

This follows the recent Tele mental Health initiative announced in the Union Budget 2022, wherein the government has recognized the need to address the rising cases of mental illness in the country.

Speaking on the development, Krishna Veer Singh- Co-founder & Director of LISSUN said, “Following my experience overseas, I could figure that mental wellness attains great significance across the globe. However, in India, it is still taboo. The whole idea behind LISSUN is to break the barriers and begin the conversation around mental wellness.”

“Only when you acknowledge the challenge, will you be able to take steps towards resolving it. Being born and brought up in Muzaffarnagar itself, understanding the big gap of mental health services in the city, when we decided to go phygital we chose the city to mark the launch,” Krishna Veer Singh added.

Commenting on the launch, Tarun Gupta, Co-founder, LISSUN said, “We have been putting all our efforts towards drawing attention to the grave subject of mental and emotional wellbeing. We recently organized a mental health awareness session alongside The Association of Physicians of India, Muzaffarnagar. Now with the launch of our first offline center, we aim to encourage people to come forward and avail proper treatments, instead of suppressing the word.”

The session witnessed the presence of some eminent Doctors from the fraternity including Dr. Pankaj Jain, Dr. R B Singh, Dr. Saurabh Singh, Dr. Sunil Gupta, Dr. Pallav Jain, Dr. Ambar Tiwari, Dr. Arpan Jain, Dr. Rajveer Malik, Dr. Ravindra Singh, Dr. Girish Kumar, Dr. Kuldeep Chauhan, Dr. Anubhav Singhal, Dr. Vijay Jain among others.

“It is great to be a part of the new initiative at LISSUN. To penetrate deeper in tier 2 and tier 3 cities in India, digital alone would not have sufficed. A lot of people face the problem to access help, and on top of it, many are not even aware of the very existence of a solution. We truly believe to see a lot of lives getting changed for the better through this newly established channel by LISSUN,” Dr. Preeti Singh, Chief Medical Officer, LISSUN further added.

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