Focus AreasMaternal and Newborn Health
How can I get in touch if I am facing some kind of violence or know someone who does?
If you or someone you know is facing any kind of violence then please contact us on our Crisis Helpline Numbers - 98330 52684 / 91675 35765. You can also visit us at our Crisis Centre located at 310, 3rd Floor, Urban Health Center, 60 Feet Road, Dharavi, Mumbai 400 017.
Can I interview SNEHA staff for my project/film?
Thank you for your interest in SNEHA. We are mostly unable to respond to requests for interviews or participation in student projects. We have resources on our website where you can learn more about issues we work on, including domestic violence and child sexual abuse, and we encourage you to refer to those. In case you are using material from our website or social media pages, remember to cite SNEHA and reference our work.
Can I interview or shoot SNEHA beneficiaries who are malnourished or victims of domestic or gender-based violence?
We appreciate your interest in bringing about awareness to these topics. However, our privacy and ethics policies prevent us from arranging interactions or video/photo shoots with our beneficiaries.
Can you sit on my Internal Complaints Committee as an NGO representative of our Committee against Sexual Harassment (CASH) or Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH)?
We are presently serving several companies on such committees andare unable to take on positions in any new committees. However should there be an opportunity to be on more committees, we will keep our website updated.
Can you connect me to your beneficiaries and help me sell my products to them?
As a non-profit organization working on specialized health topics with specific outcomes and impact, we are unable to participate in commercial activities such as the sale of goods and products. We do not encourage promotion or sale of any products or services to our beneficiaries through SNEHA.
Can I donate used items to SNEHA?
SNEHA does not distribute any new or used products in the communities we serve. We have limited, if any, need for in-kind donations, for our beneficiaries. However, if you would like to support our work financially, please make an online donation.
Can I Volunteer with SNEHA?
SNEHA offers volunteering opportunities to students who are qualified and experienced in the areas of Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology, Fundraising and Communication. These opportunities are need based and pro-bono. Interested volunteers are required to commit their time as mutually agreed to SNEHA and abide by the rules and regulations of the organization. Interested applicants can submit their intent form and the team will reach out to you in case of a requirement.
Can I volunteer or work with SNEHA’s beneficiaries as a counsellor, therapist or psychologist?
We do not permit our volunteers or interns to work directly with our beneficiaries. We have trained psychologists, therapists and counsellors who work with women and children affected by violence. Our volunteering opportunities are restricted to fundraising, communications, administration and research.
Can I do an internship or research assistantship with SNEHA to fulfill an academic requirement or course credit?
SNEHA has hosted several undergraduate and graduate (including doctoral) students from around the world in the past. We welcome applications for internships and volunteering if there is a skill-set and interest match. Every request is reviewed on a case-to-case basis. Please contact us specifying your area of interest and we will get back to you.
Can I use some pictures from your website or social media sites for my news story?
We require you to secure prior written permission from us to use any of our images, infographics, text, content or publication. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for any media queries, and refer to our media kit.
Can I get a grant from SNEHA as an NGO working on domestic violence?
We are not a grant-giving agency, and therefore do not provide grants or funds to other NGOs. In case you would like to learn about SNEHA’s models and modes of working, please contact us.
How do CSR partnerships with SNEHA work?
Can a representative from SNEHA come and speak about women’s empowerment at my college’s cultural festival?
Requests like these are assessed on a case-to-case basis. Please contact us through the form provided and we will get back to you.
Prevention of Violence against Women and Children/ Crisis Centre
310, 3rd Floor, Urban Health Center
60 Feet Road, Dharavi
Mumbai 400 017
Flat No. 2, 1st Floor
Plot No. 39 B, Near Pink Corner
Next to Treehouse Pre Primary School, Sindhi Society, Chembur
Mumbai 400 071
Child Health and Nutrition
Ground Floor, E 6 Municipal Chawl
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Road
Matunga Labour Camp, Matunga (East)
Mumbai 400 019
Maternal & Newborn Health
A/74, Shalom Bungalow
Shreerang CHS, Nikam Guruji Marg
Thane - 400601
Empowerment, Health and Sexuality of Adolescents
Plot No.1, New Sion CHS
Swami Vallabhdas Marg, Opposite Gurukrupa Hotel
Next to Sion Bhagini Samaj
Sion, Mumbai 400 022
Nurse Aide Programme (Kurla)
Banglow No.11/C, First Floor
Opp. Spices Restaurant
Kamgar Nagar, S.G. Barve Road
Kurla East, Mumbai
Nurse Aide Programme (Santacruz)
Flat No. 8, 2nd Floor,
Kleem CHS LTD,
Mansion No.1, Nehru Road
Santacruz East, Mumbai
Romila Palliative Care
Society for Nutrition Education and Health Action (SNEHA)
Behind Building No.11, BMC Colony
Shastri Nagar, Santacruz (West)
Mumbai 400054, India
Healthy Cities Programme
Room No. 11, Plot No. 22
3rd Floor, Gate No. 06,
New Collector Compound
Near. B.M.C. Garden, Malvani
Malad, Mumbai 400 095