Publications

Resource Material

This includes Manuals, Guidelines, Posters, that were developed by CEHAT during the course of the Project.

Domestic Violence

Guidelines for Health Professionals in Responding to Women Facing Violence

DILAASA
Published Year: 2019

CEHAT, Mumbai, p. 8

The guidelines describes the health consequences of domestic violence and the role of healthcare providers in address them. These guidelines are developed in English, Hindi and Marathi.

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હિંસાનો સામનો કરતી મહિલાઓને પ્રતિભાવ આપવા આરોગ્ય પ્રોફેશનલ્સ માટેની માર્ગદર્શિકા

DILAASA
Published Year: 2015

CEHAT, Mumbai, p. 8

The guidelines describes the health consequences of domestic violence and the role of healthcare providers in address them. These guidelines are developed in English, Hindi, Marathi and Gujrati.


DILAASA CENTER'S IN MUMBAI


Published Year: 2021

DILAASA CENTERS IN MUMBAI

 
K. B. Bhabha Hospital
OPD 101, Gyneac OPD, R. K. Patkar Marg,
Bandra (West), Mumbai - 400050.
Direct Ph No: 022- 26400229
Hospital Ph No: 022-26422541/26422775, Ext: 4376

 

K. B. Bhabha Hospital
OPD 15, Belgrami Road,
Kurla (West), Mumbai - 400070
Hospital Ph No: 022-26500241/26500144

 

Bharat Ratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar General Hospital
(Shatabdi Hospital), Ground floor, A - Wiog, OPD 7, Parekh Nagar,
S.V. Road, Kandivali (West), Mumbai- 400067.
Direct Ph No: 022- 28647002
Hospital Ph No: 022- 28647003, Ext: 1046

 

M. W. Desai Hospital
OPD 22, Hajibapu Road, Govind Nagar,
Malad (West), Mumbai - 400097.
Direct Ph No: 022- 287741216

 

Krantijyoti Savitribal Phule Hospital
Opp. T .K. Office, Kasturba Cross Road No.1
Borivali (East), Mumbai - 400 066.
Direct Ph No: 022-28052886

 

Dr. R.N. Cooper Municipal General Hospital
Lower Ground Floor, Gyneac OPD, Near "E"-2,
Bhakti Vedant Swami Marg, Gulohar Road,
In front of Bhagubhai Polytechnic College,
Ville Parle (West), Mumbai - 400056
Hospital Ph No.: 022-26210042, Extn- 144

 

V. N. Desai Hospital
OPD 33A, 1st Floor, Near Gyneac OPD,
T.P.S., 3rd Road, Santacruz (East), Mumbai- 400055
Direct Ph No: 022-26151507
Hospital Ph No. 022-26183018, Ext: 341

 

Seth V. C. Gandhi and M. A. Vora Municipai General Hospital
OPD 22, 2nd Floor, (Rajawadi Hospital),
7 M.G. Road, In Front of Somaiya College,
Ghatkopar (East), Mumbai - 400077
Direct Ph No: 022-21020144
Hospital Ph No. 022-21025149, Ext: 221

 

Krantiveer Mahatma Jotiba Phule Municipal Hospital
OPD 12, Ground Floor, Ambedkar Hospital,
Tagore Nagar, Group No.7, Vikbroli (East), Mumbai - 400083
Direct Ph No: 022-25770799

 

Swatantryaveer V. D. Savarkar Municipai Hospital
OPD 22, Ground Floor, Gavanpada, Behind Deshmukh Garden Road,
Mulund (East), Mumbai - 400081
Direct Ph No: 022- 25631125

 

M. T. Agarwal Hospital
Under Male Medical Ward, Mahakavi Kalidas Road,
Behind 'T' Ward, Mulund (West), Mumbai - 400080
Direct Ph No: 022-25601888

 

Pandit Madanmohan Malviya Hospital
Govandi Shatabdi Hospital, Vaman Tukaram Patil Road,
In front of Dukes Company, Patil Vadi, Govandi (East),
Chembur, Mumbai - 400088.
Direct Ph No: 022-25500038
Hospital Ph No: 022- 25564069, Ext: 241

 

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Diary

CEHAT
Published Year: 2020

CEHAT: Mumbai. 304 p.

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LIVES Card

CEHAT
Published Year: 2019

CEHAT, Mumbai

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Health Professionals

Responding to violence against women and children during COVID-19: Guidelines for Crisis Intervention Services

CEHAT
Published Year: 2020

CEHAT, Mumbai. 13 p.

The guidelines are to provide support and services to survivors of VAW, this document details specific guidelines for crisis intervention during COVID-19. They are developed from a broad perspective to aid professionals from different backgrounds, who may be responding to VAW. They can use these to assess the groundlevel situation and adapt their services to the context of COVID-19.

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Medical Care

PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID (PFA) FOR COVID 19 PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS

CEHAT
Published Year: 2021

CEHAT, Mumbai, 33 p.

COVID 19 is a disease that has swept across the world in the form of a global pandemic. High mortality and morbidity worldwide, have instilled fear in the mind of the common man. There is anxiety about the transmission of the disease, being infected, and transmitting it to families & friends. Lockdowns, quarantines, isolation phases, losing loved ones have serious mental health effects. In addition to this, the uncertainty owing to the changing nature of the disease, treatment protocols, recent complications, testing, vaccine schedules, and myths related to COVID 19, add to the psychological stress of the individual. 

Psychological First Aid (PFA) is considered a vital tool to deliver psychological interventions to those who have gone through a traumatic experience. In these current situations due to lockdowns and quarantines, people are restricted to their homes and social support systems have been affected. PFA can be especially helpful in stabilizing the mental health of the young generation and children.

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Marathi and Hindi Publications