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7 days a week we answer calls and provide support to individuals from around the world. Where hope is lost, Naseeha is found.

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7 days a week we answer calls and provide support to individuals from around the world. Where hope is lost, Naseeha is found.

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At Naseeha Mental Health, we are inspired by the the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who was known for his empathy and compassion toward others. He said, “The most beloved of people to God are those who are most beneficial to people” (Tirmidhi) In this spirit, we are committed to supporting anybody through their most challenging times.

We are now the first ever 24-hour, 7 days a week Islam inspired Helpline for those facing severe mental and emotional distress. Our calls from:

  • Women enduring abusive relationships,
  • Children in danger,
  • Individuals feeling isolated anxious and lonely,
  • And those grappling with so much pain mental pain they’re considering suicide and in some cases have attempted suicide.

We are here for our community —day and night all year round. Our trained, dedicated team offers a listening ear and a helping hand, embodying the Hadith’s message of mutual support and strength. Thanks to our donors’ kindness, we’ve answered 90% of calls in the last six months, providing comfort and guidance when it’s needed most. Your contributions enable us to be there for anyone in need, upholding the essence of what it means to help anybody in distress. Thank you for joining us in this vital mission. If you or someone you know is struggling, please reach out. We’re here to listen, to care, and to help.


Naseeha Mental Health: Upholding our duty to support each other in every hour of need.


what we do

At Naseeha Mental Health, we stand as a beacon of hope for those in the shadows of life’s toughest challenges. We are here to listen and support—whether you’re a woman facing the trials of an abusive relationship, a child feeling unsafe, or someone grappling with the heavy cloak of loneliness and thoughts of suicide. Our trained and compassionate team is ready to take your call, offering a confidential ear and a heart full of understanding.


We draw inspiration from the teachings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who said, “The believer who helps his brother in need, Allah will be there in his time of need.” (Sahih Muslim). By reaching out to us, you’re not alone; you’re taking a brave step towards healing and finding peace. Together, we can navigate the path to a brighter tomorrow.



Of Our Callers Want To Discuss Mental Health Issues Including Spiritual And Psychological Wellbeing.



Achievement On Our Call Answer Rate During Our Current Operational Helpline Hours



Workshops Have Been Delivered In The Past 2 Years Alone.






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Let's Connect

Are you looking for a supportive ear or guidance through tough times? Naseeha Mental Health is here for you. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and need immediate assistance, call us anytime of the day or night at 1-866-NASEEHA (627-3342).


For any questions or concerns, our friendly team is ready to chat with you in Canada at +1 905 890 2365 or in the USA at +1 630 756-5875. Plus, staying connected is easy with Naseeha Mental Health – follow us on all our social media channels to get the latest updates, tips, and community support. Reach out today; we’re here to listen and help!


Alarming 600% Increase in Helpline Calls regarding the ongoing conflict in Gaza-Israel

Workplaces and educational institutions are contributing to alarming instances of anxiety and depression among Canadian Muslims due to its failure to equally recognize and support communities affected by the conflict

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Nov. 14, 2023 /CNW/ – Today, Naseeha Mental Health has reported a staggering 600% surge in helpline calls from Muslim Canadians, along with others who are experiencing anxiety and marginalization in their schools and workplaces related to the ongoing conflict in Israel and Gaza.

Calls received on the helpline bring attention to a troubling pattern. While many schools and workplaces have rightfully acknowledged the pain and mental distress experienced by many since Oct 7th, they routinely fail to recognize and support workers and students who are equally impacted by the news of civilian casualties in Gaza. In the worst cases, these institutions are actively suppressing and silencing the recognition of such voices, thus contributing to an alarming rise in mental health-related issues among these communities. Students and employees of Muslim, Arab, and Palestinian backgrounds in particular are experiencing an increase in mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, as their voices and experiences go unheard.

“Fundamentally, this is a DEI issue in which our call logs indicate an abject failure on the part of employers and educational institutions,” said Zaid Al-Rawni, Chief Executive Officer of Naseeha Mental Health. “This failure in turn has contributed to a surge in mental health issues in the affected communities. This goes beyond providing support — it’s about fairness in acknowledging suffering. When one group’s pain is acknowledged while another’s is systematically ignored or suppressed, it creates a division that hampers true inclusivity and mental well-being in schools and in the workplace.”

Naseeha Mental Health urgently calls for action from leaders in government and in our workplaces and educational institutions. The objective should be to cultivate an equitable environment where the voices of all marginalized groups are equally heard and validated. Only through a balanced approach of recognizing the struggles faced by all communities can a genuinely inclusive and supportive learning and workplace culture be fostered.

In the face of these challenges, Naseeha reaffirms its commitment to providing mental health support and assisting employers in addressing inequality in care. We stand in solidarity with all who are suffering, regardless of their background, and our doors are open to everyone and anyone who needs help. About Naseeha Mental Health Naseeha Mental Health operates a confidential helpline that offers immediate,non-judgmental, and  anonymous support to Muslims. Since 2006, Naseeha has been a crucial support system for individuals facing mental health challenges, advocating for fair treatment and support for all communities.

SOURCE Naseeha Mental Health
For further information: Zaid Al-Rawni,

Tel: (905) 866-6881,
Email:, Support Line: 1866 NASEEHA (627-3342)