Mind You Partners With the Department of Health for the 2022 National Mental Health Summit

In recent reports there was a 149-percent increase in the average monthly calls for urgent help received by the National Center for Mental Health. In 2021, the Philippine Statistics Authority reported that deaths caused by suicide rose by 57.3 percent from 2020.

These numbers prove that the Philippines is still lagging behind in terms of providing quality mental health resources and services to individuals battling with mental health challenges. For nearly two years, Mind You has been working to end the stigma when it comes to mental health through various destigmatization programs like providing workforces access to talk therapy, among others.

To further raise awareness on mental health, Mind You is hosting the momentous National Mental Health Summit for the second year around  in partnership with the Department of Health, The Australian Embassy, SM Aura Premier and the City of Taguig. With the central theme around #FindHope, the Summit aims to lift the spirits of fellow Filipinos despite the hardships and trials that we have gone through during the pandemic.

This national advocacy event will be from October 25-26 at the SM Aura Samsung Hall at the Bonifacio Global City. With a collective reach of about 79,000 people worldwide in the previous hybrid summit, it is expected that this year’s dynamic (combination of live interaction and streaming options) event will allow more participants to witness firsthand the growing landscape of the industry, especially with the lifting of the COVID-19 restrictions.

The event will focus on 6 key pillars that correlate to one’s overall well being namely: (1) Mental Health (2) Financial Stress  (3) Food & Nutrition (4) Youth & Education (5) Physical Health and (6) Art Therapy. There will be plenty of activity booths, masterclasses and keynote speakers catering to these specific 6 key pillars which aim to give participants the right tools to strengthen their personal health and wellbeing. 

The two-day event will give industry experts, mental health advocates and professionals a platform to educate the public through talks, panel discussions, masterclasses, and lived experiences. 

Each individual participating in this year’s  National Mental Health Summit has generously donated their time in kind as a way of advocating for  this significant cause. 

The National Mental Health Summit 2022 is not  possible without the Department of Health, The Australian Embassy, SM Aura Premier and the City of Taguig and sponsors such as Break Your Stigma (BYS), TELUS International Philippines, The Farm,  live streaming giants Uplive and Kumu, media partners Manila Bulletin, CNN Philippines, Adobo Magazine and WheInManila.com

One of its most fervent supporters is Taguig City Mayor Lani Cayetano, “I fully support the national Mental Health Summit 2022 and its cause to empower people and create awareness-raising platforms on this very important matter. I am confident that with everyone’s cooperation, we will all craft more solutions towards addressing the mental health crisis here in our country.”

To learn more about the 2022 National Mental Health Summit and register to attend live in person, you may click the link https://findhope.mindyou.com.ph/ and follow Mind You’s Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube, Twitter, Tiktok, Kumu and LinkedIn accounts for updates. 


  1. Amemar Española says:

    ay napakainteresting ng topic na to Mommy, Will watch this ❣️ thanks for sharing mommy cath 🤗

  2. This is an interesting topic to watch. To know more about mental health. I’ll definitely watch this out. Thank you for sharing this po.

  3. Owen Ponce says:

    Health matters! This one’s really nice and interesting to see and learn more about! #FindHope and itl be so helpful to us

  4. Idalyn Moralita says:

    We should support this kind of advocacy to help spread awareness on mental health and how it can help us to aid or stop the alarming increase on numbers experiencing mental problems ❣️

  5. Antoniette Sanchez David says:

    Yes minsan need natin bigyang pansin ang mental health natin kaya mag laan tayo ng panahon at Oras sa topic na ito 😍😍😍

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