UAE—PureHealth, the Middle East’s largest healthcare platform, has partnered with the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood (SCMC) to significantly improve mental health services in Abu Dhabi.

 This collaboration marks a crucial step towards a unified approach to mental health, prioritizing mothers, children, and adolescents.

This partnership reflects PureHealth’s dedication to offering comprehensive and accessible healthcare, aligning with Abu Dhabi’s mental health strategy and aiming to improve overall community health.

The collaboration establishes a framework for joint efforts to support mental health initiatives, including prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation.

The partnership highlights the importance of mental well-being for mothers and children.

It emphasizes early intervention to safeguard children from psychological disorders that can impact their development and future contributions to society.

This initiative complements PureHealth’s existing commitment to mental health.

The company’s launch of the Sakina platform in May 2024 demonstrates its proactive approach to addressing mental health challenges.

The partnership will contribute to the upcoming Fatima Bint Mubarak Motherhood and Childhood Forum in October 2024.

This forum aims to raise awareness about mental health, particularly among women, adolescents, and children.

Speaking during the announcement ceremony, Rym Al Falasy, Secretary-General of the SCMC, emphasized that this strategic partnership is integral to preparations for the upcoming Fatima Bint Mubarak Motherhood and Childhood Forum, scheduled for October 2024.

The forum aims to raise awareness across all segments of society about the critical importance of mental health care, particularly for women, adolescents, and children.

 This focus on mental health is crucial, given its profound impact on enhancing people’s quality of life and overall well-being and thereby ensuring their future contributions to the nation’s development.

Highlighting the ongoing commitment to maternal and child wellbeing, H.H. Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairwoman of the General Women’s Union (GWU) and President of SCMC, consistently advocates for creating an optimal environment free from negative influences that could affect upbringing and psychological health.

This approach safeguards children from potential psychological disorders that could impair their academic and social development.

Shaista Asif, PureHealth’s Group Chief Executive Officer, reiterated the company’s commitment to promoting mental wellness alongside physical health.

She emphasized integrating mental health care into their healthcare system, ensuring inclusive services tailored to the unique needs of mothers and children.

This collaboration with SCMC strengthens their advocacy for accessible mental health services throughout the community.

Dr. Zain Al Yafai, CEO of Sakina, highlighted that this partnership enhances their collective impact within the community, particularly among those needing mental health support.

Sakina exemplifies specialized services addressing neurodiversity and specific mental health needs, seamlessly integrated into broader health initiatives, aligning with PureHealth’s commitment to community-focused healthcare services.

This strategic partnership strengthens both organizations’ capabilities to deliver mental healthcare services.

It reinforces their shared vision of integrating mental well-being into comprehensive healthcare, ensuring long-term health solutions for Abu Dhabi’s communities.

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