Participants Needed: Saheli & Boston University Research Study

Boston University and Saheli are conducting a study to better understand the needs of South Asian women and families. Please take a few minutes to participate and help us to identify gaps and improve our services.

Click here to find out more and take the survey

Upcoming events

Saheli Seeks Members for the Governing Board

Please consider joining the Saheli Governing Board.  We seek board members from all communities who have an interest in serving South Asian women and children, working to end domestic violence and are able to raise funds. The working Board meets twelve times a year and elections take place every other year. The next election is in April 2017. To learn more about being a board member please review the job description and complete the Board Member  interest form and a current Member will contact you to provide additional information and answer any questions you might have.


Saheli Receives New England Choice Award from INE Multimedia

Saheli Receives Award

Crusading against domestic violence with a mission to empower South Asian women and their families to live safe and healthy lives.

“The jury has chosen the legends of our community for the first New England Choice Awards,” said Dr. Manju Sheth, CEO of INE MultiMedia, a Waltham, MA-based non-profit organization devoted to promoting and supporting charitable organizations, art, culture, education and empowerment through workshops, seminars and multimedia. “We are looking forward to honoring individuals and organizations that have served and enriched the community for decades.”


Saheli’s Resources for Emotional Well Being and Mental Health

Domestic violence can have lasting impact on your emotional well-being and mental health. Saheli has created a new resource hub for mental health specific to South Asians, including information, how to get help, support groups and resources. Use the online self assessment tools below to identify whether you need to reach out to us for help.

Do a self assessment of your own emotional and mental health wellbeing. We especially recommend: