Arogi Trauma Care Foundation Creating Significant Impact in Lagos Government Schools

The Arogi Trauma Care Foundation, consisting of the psychologists, call agents, & volunteers, including Dr Taiwo Adeleke, Rukayyah Abdulrahman, Seyi, Precious Iyamu, and Frederick Cudjoe, held an outreach program on […]

Encouragement Vitamins- Episode 15

Emotions exist to reveal your physiological or psychological needs. They play important roles but can become a source of pain when we ignore their signals /messages. Dr Rukayyah Abiola -Clinical […]

Dealing With The Social Media Scourge- Exposed By Arogi Trauma Care Foundation

It’s great to hear that the foundation had a successful and impactful outreach program at the school on March 9th, 2023. The team’s efforts to sensitize the students on the […]

Turning the Scourge of Social Media Exposure into Healthy Mental and Psychological Well-being- Arogi Trauma Care Storms Idi-araba.

The Arogi Trauma Care Foundation team conducted an outreach session at Idi Araba Junior and Senior High School on March 15th, 2023. The outreach aimed at addressing the theme “Turning […]

Mental Health Awareness On the Use and Effects of Social Media- Arogi’s Outreach to Ikeja (Junior& Senior) High School.

It was very successful and impactful outreach program by Arogi held at the Ikeja High School on February, 3rd 2023. It’s great to see a team of experts providing insights […]

Breaking the Stigma: Arogi Trauma Care Foundation and Zero Depression Join Forces to Promote Mental Health at FUTO

Arogi Trauma Care Foundation and Zero Depression teamed up to conduct a mental health outreach campaign at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) on January 27th, 2023. The event, which included a Mental Health Awareness Walk and handbill distribution, aimed to raise awareness of mental health and encourage students to prioritize their well-being. The counsellors from Arogi Trauma Care Foundation educated students about mental health issues such as depression and grief, and the volunteers from Zero Depression engaged with passers-by and students, further spreading the message of the importance of mental health. The outreach campaign reached approximately 1500 students and received positive feedback, with Arogi Foundation recording an increase in calls from FUTO indicating the effectiveness of the campaign.
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