Shankardass House Nkrumah Ln 3rd Floor, New Wing Room 311/A Nairobi
+254715-713-212
support@meshacksamsonfoundation.org

Welcome to MESHACK SAMSON FOUNDATION

Depression is the major cause of suicide among young people and Kenya loses a dozen people every week to suicide- Meshack Samson Foundation seeks to change this narrative by giving hope to the depressed and giving them a reason to keep living despite the challenges. 

Anti-Suicide Campaign

Meshack Samson Foundation is a charitable institution concentrating on suicide prevention by offering emotional help to the individuals who might be in trouble and subsequently in risk of biting the dust by suicide just as making awareness on suicide inside networks. 

Free Psychological Counseling

Meshack Samson Foundation is founded on the basis of using psychological counseling to people suffering from depression in a bid to prevent them from getting suicidal and losing hope in life. We connect the victims with the counselors nd pay for them to be taken through evaluation and rehabilitation. 

Mental Health Talks

Meshack Samson Foundation has invested alot of resources in holding mental health talks through the available offline as well as online avenues. Our Founder (Samson) has been featured several times on mainstream media and in institutional talks regarding the status of mental health and depression in kenya. 

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Depression is a mental illness with unlimited power to manipulate your character. The kind of treatment depends on the type of depression you have.

Depression drains your mental energy, hope, and drive, making it difficult to do what you need to feel better.

Become a Volunteer

Do you think depression is catching up with you?

On the off chance that you discover your depression deteriorating and more regrettable, look for expert help from a counselor. Requiring extra help doesn’t mean you’re powerless or weak. Once in a while the negative reasoning in depression can make you have a feeling that you’re an acts of futility, however depression can be dealt with and you can feel much improved!

Avoid focusing on your suicidal thoughts

You may feel that it is incomprehensible not to concentrate on your self-destructive contemplations or why you feel that way. In any case, concentrating on these musings can make them more grounded and harder to oppose following up on them.

Avoid alcohol or drugs

Utilizing liquor or medications can make your sentiments of suicide more grounded. Medications and liquor can likewise make you increasingly incautious where you may follow up on unexpected inclinations.

Seek Counseling Help

On your own, it can be difficult to maintain perspective and sustain the effort required to beat depression, but the very nature of depression makes it difficult to reach out for help.

Keep yourself safe

Go to a spot where you feel safe and where you don’t have anything you can use to hurt yourself, for example, razors or pills. This spot may be your room, a psychological well-being focus, library or exercise center.

Living With Depression

The Secret of Fighting Depression & Suicide

When you’re under stress, your body produces more of a hormone called cortisol. In the short-term, this is a good thing because it helps you gear up to cope with whatever is causing the stress in your life.

Stay in touch

Don’t withdraw from life. Socialising can improve your mood. Keeping in touch with friends and family means you have someone to talk to when you feel low.

Be more active

Take up some form of exercise. There’s evidence that exercise can help lift your mood. If you haven’t exercised for a while, start gently by walking for 20 minutes every day.

Face your fears

Don’t avoid the things you find difficult. When people feel low or anxious, they sometimes avoid talking to other people. Some people can lose their confidence in going out, driving or travelling.

Have a routine

Try to get up at your normal time and stick to your routine as much as possible.
Not having a routine can affect your eating. Try to carry on cooking and eating regular meals.

What Causes Depression?

Types of negative thinking that add to depression

Win or bust thinking – Looking at things in dark or-white classes, with no center ground (“If I miss the mark regarding flawlessness, I’m a total disappointment.”)

1. Overgeneralization – Generalizing from a solitary negative encounter, anticipating that it should remain constant perpetually (“I can’t do anything right.”)

2. The mental filter – Ignoring positive occasions and concentrating on the negative. Seeing the one thing that turned out badly, rather than every one of the things that went right.

3. Diminishing the positive – Coming up with reasons why positive occasions don’t check (“She said she enjoyed herself on our date, however I think she was simply being pleasant.”)

4. Jumping to conclusions – Making negative understandings without real proof. You act like a mind peruser (“He should believe I’m pathetic”) or a crystal gazer (“I’ll be stuck in this impasse work for eternity”)

5. Emotional reasoning – Believing that the manner in which you feel reflects reality (“I feel like such a failure. I truly am nothing more than a bad memory!”)

6. ‘Shoulds’ and ‘should-nots’ – Holding yourself to a severe rundown of what you should and shouldn’t do, and pounding yourself in the event that you don’t satisfy your standards.

7. Labeling – Labeling yourself dependent on mix-ups and saw weaknesses (“I’m a disappointment; an imbecile; a washout.”)

Media Coverage

Through the Chairman and the Founder Mr. Samson Maina, the foundation has been represented on several occassions in the mainstream media and the discussions have elicited alot of reaction from the general public with alot of people offering to support the idea..

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Our Team

Meshack Samson Foundation is a combination of brains and skills from people of different backgrounds and academic qualifications. 

Meshack Samson

Founder & Chairman

Esther Maina

Co- founder & Secretary

Catherine Njeri

Mentor

Pauline Njuraita

Mentor

Rebecca Kerubo

Counselling Psychologist

Samuel Wanjiru

Counselor- Marriage Therapist

Clement Githae

Counseling Psychologist

Molly Mithika

Counselor & Mentor

Contact us

You can talk to us any time of the day through our social media 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/OfficialMeshackSamson
Tel: +254715-713-212/ +254723-783-680

Meshack Samson Foundation
P. O. Box 14231- 00400
Shankardass House Nkrumah Ln
3rd Floor, New Wing Room 311/A
Nairobi
support@meshacksamsonfoundation.org

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