Groundbreaking Mental Health Platform SayHey App Launches, Offering Anonymous Support and Community Connection

New Delhi (India), June 22: In a society where mental health issues are often ignored or stigmatized, one person’s personal struggle has sparked a transformative movement. 

According to Head to Health, “Being part of a community can have a positive effect on mental health and emotional well-being. Community involvement provides a sense of belonging and social connectedness. It can also offer extra meaning and purpose to everyday life.”

Today, we are proud to announce the launch of SayHey, a groundbreaking platform dedicated to breaking down barriers in mental health support. SayHey provides a secure and anonymous forum for individuals to voice their problems, seek guidance, and find solace in a loving community.

SayHey was born out of the determination and tenacity of its founder, Kaushal Modi. “Within the embrace of an understanding community, we shatter the chains of mental stigma, weaving together compassion, understanding, and resilience,” said Mr. Modi. 

Kaushal’s own journey through adversity inspired him to create a platform with cofounder Manav Matolia that would allow people to openly share their challenges without fear of judgment. Drawing from his personal experiences and the prevalence of mental health stigma, Kaushal envisioned a digital refuge where individuals could find support, understanding, and direction.

Central to SayHey’s mission is the core notion of anonymity. Users are encouraged to freely communicate their difficulties on the platform, knowing that their identities are protected. 

One of the most powerful aspects of SayHey is its ability to connect individuals who have experienced similar hardships. By joining the SayHey community, users find solace in knowing they are not alone in their struggles. The platform cultivates a kind and supportive environment where empathy flourishes, offering understanding and guidance to those in need.

SayHey is a thriving and caring community that believes in the transformative power of human connection. Users are encouraged to actively participate by sharing their own experiences and offering support to others facing similar difficulties. Each contribution is rewarded with redeemable community points, fostering a culture of collaboration and growth.

At the heart of the SayHey community are subject matter experts who provide their extensive knowledge and insights. These specialists, as brand ambassadors, offer assistance and recommendations to users, guiding them toward overcoming obstacles and fostering personal growth. 

To extend its dedication to mental health, SayHey has launched a dedicated app, now available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The app has a fluid and user-friendly layout that allows people to engage anonymously with a community of like-minded people and seek the help they require. The launch of the SayHey app marks a significant milestone in the journey toward improving mental health support and breaking down the barriers of silence and stigma. 

About SayHey:

SayHey is a groundbreaking platform dedicated to breaking down barriers in mental health support. SayHey, which Kaushal Modi founded, offers people a safe and anonymous forum to express their concerns, look for advice, and find solace. Download the SayHey app from the Google Play Store to experience the transforming power of a caring community. For more details, visit

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