Firm introduces speak up now campaign to tackle trauma, sex abuse
A Tele-Therapy company, Amani Health, has introduced Speak Up Now campaign to educate and enlighten students about negative behavioural patterns such as trauma, sex abuse, anxiety suicide and other social maladies.
Founder, Amani Health, Fasuyi Oluwarotimi, said the firm is seeking to create a world where mental healthcare is accessible, stigma-free, and fully integrated into daily lives.
He said: “A child’s condition should not be a family secret. Parents should speak out and seek help. As a company, we care so much about the formative years of children because we believe that it is the year the necessary changes can be made. So, it’s not time to keep silent, but to speak out and pay attention.
Speaking on the campaign, Oluwarotimi said: “The campaign is ongoing; we have done free sessions for people that cannot afford the service, giving referral codes through Fab Mum and others. A lot of people have signed up and they are leveraging the referral codes. Now we need more support to reach out to more schools and children. We are looking out at partnering with organisations to sponsor this campaign so we can take it to the trenches. There is so much we can do with the right partnership. We can go to the streets and speak to people.”