Vulnerable groups are prone to Mental Health problems because of diverse socioeconomic status. These groups include; victims of rape, people with disabilities, Victims of Gender-based violence, people with mental illnesses, people with chronic diseases, people with HIV and many others. Intersectionality is a theory based on the idea that an individual may be more vulnerable to being subjected to negative social attitudes and practices if they possess multiple, overlapping characteristics of difference. Our foundation works hand in hand with these groups to ensure inclusion and diversity is embraced and their Mental Health is priority to build resilience, acceptance and empowerment. These groups need constant reassurance, not be judged/blamed by what they went or are going through. We are building strong communities through psychosocial support, Mental Health awareness, empowerment and facilitating Post-Traumatic growth [PTG] in different circumstances to nurture cognitive reappraisal and developing effective coping strategies in community centers, rescue homes, safe houses and or any other vicinities.