Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias shame us all! What mental health needs is more sunlight, more cantor and more unashamed conversation! Self Care is how you take your power back!!Keeping in view of this, a one-day workshop on Mental Health Awareness was organized at BHQ, Manglay on 24th of September 2021 for the Officers and Jawans of 3rd IRBn!This workshop is first of its kind here at BHQ, Manglay and conducted in line with the social distancing norms due to Covid-19 pandemic!Commandant Linda Palmo Bhutia, 3rd IRBn, Chundi Choppel Bhutia, Dy Commandant, eminent Resource Persons Roshnila Gurung, the Nodal Officer of SCPCR and Neelam Subba, Psychologist, ASP Alkamit Tamang, Teresa, DE/Engineering Cell, Sikkim Police and other Officers and Jawans of 3rd IRBn were present!The workshop will go a long way in benefitting the officers and jawans for a stress-free life!Press release from the office of BHQ, Manglay
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