Together, we can

Build a world where all youth are safe

Our Impact

We are committed to making a profound difference in the lives of individuals struggling with social media addiction. Through our innovative programs and support systems, we empower people to regain control over their digital lives, fostering healthier relationships with technology.

With every success story and every person we help break free from the grip of social media addiction, we not only restore their well-being but also contribute to a more mindful and balanced digital society. Together, we are shaping a future where individuals can harness the benefits of technology without succumbing to its pitfalls, creating a positive impact on society as a whole.

What we do

We provide tailored support to combat social media addiction, combining education, counseling, and community resources. Our goal is to help individuals break free from excessive screen time, reclaim their time, and build meaningful offline connections, contributing to a more balanced and connected society.

We Connect Peer Support Networks


Join our network of individuals sharing experiences and tips on overcoming addiction.

We Advocate for Digital Wellness


We advocate for policies promoting responsible technology use to benefit society.

We Offer Mindfulness Workshops


Learn mindfulness techniques to stay present and reduce social media reliance.

We Host Digital Detox Retreats


Escape the digital grind at our immersive retreats, designed to reset your relationship with technology.

Global numbers

The increasing global adoption of social media is undeniable, with approximately 60% of the world’s population currently engaged in these platforms. This number is expected to continue rising as internet accessibility grows, making it a prominent and enduring aspect of modern communication and connectivity. Average number of social platforms used each month 6.6

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