One Future Collective: Status of Urban Youth Mental Health in India
This research study is conducted by One Future Collective (OFC), incorporated under a S.8 not for profit organisation that works towards building compassionate youth social leadership through the use of art, education, community intervention and policy advocacy. One Future Collective works across verticals of gender justice, mental health, legal reform and development policy, to build a narrative that empowers the youth.

For the purposes of our research study we define youth to be between the ages of 16 and 30 years, please only fill out the survey form if you fit this age bracket.

We define urban areas as major and bigger (population density) cities of India- Mumbai, Jaipur, Indore, Bhopal, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Vadodara, Ujjain, Pune, Lucknow, Kanpur, Nagpur, Thane, Vishakhapatnam, Ludhiana, Srinagar, Jabalpur, Ranchi, Guwahati.

We are conducting this survey as a part of an ongoing research study to assess the status of mental health of urban youth in India, to understand their attitude towards seeking related professional healthcare and to thereafter design solutions to address these concerns. In case of any queries, please email us at info@onefuturecollective.org.

Confidentiality will be maintained. Your participation is entirely voluntary.

Instructions:
Read each statement carefully and indicate your degree of agreement using the scale below.
In responding, please be completely candid.

0 = Disagree 1 = Partly disagree 2 = Neutral 3 = Partly agree 4 = Agree

Email address *
Name / Initials *
Your answer
Gender *
Age *
Educational Qualifications *
Currently: *
Religion
Your answer
Family annual income level (in INR)
Sexuality
City *
Your answer
Number of members in your family *
If I believed I was having a mental breakdown, my first inclination would be to get professional attention. *
Disagree
Agree
The idea of talking about problems with a psychologist strikes me as a poor way to get rid of emotional conflicts. *
Disagree
Agree
If I were experiencing a serious emotional crisis at this point in my life, I would be confident that I could find relief in psychotherapy. *
Disagree
Agree
There is something admirable in the attitude of a person who is willing to cope with his or her conflicts and fears without resorting to professional help. *
Disagree
Agree
I would want to get psychological help if I were worried or upset for a long period of time. *
Disagree
Agree
I might want to have psychological counselling in the future. *
Disagree
Agree
A person with an emotional problem is not likely to solve it alone; he or she is likely to solve it with professional help. *
Disagree
Agree
Considering the time and expense involved in psychotherapy, it would have doubtful value for a person like me. *
Disagree
Agree
A person should work out his or her own problems; getting psychological counselling would be a last resort. *
Disagree
Agree
Personal and emotional troubles, like many things, tend to work out by themselves. *
Disagree
Agree
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