Welcome To

Prince Jim Shepherd Nadiope Foundation

"Celebrating the Life and legacy of Prince Jim Shepherd Nadiope through the provision of holistic, and wellness focused services that promote lasting positive changes to improve mental wellbeing, social-emotional development, prevent development of mental health challenges, social economic wellbeing and address social-emotional problems that currently exist”

Creating Hope Out of Tragedy

Prince Jim Shepherd Nadiope Foundation is a mental health entity and a therapy organization that supports mental health awareness and education for young adults founded by Prince James Nadiope and his family following the death of his son from asthmatic condition and was under mental health rehabilitation process having suffered from psychosis and schizophrenia disorder as a result of drug addiction – Marijuana (cannabis) for recreational purposes.

The organization was established in 2023 to address increasing mental health concerns and to help people whose lives are affected by mental health conditions in Uganda through provision of accessible diverse solutions and affordable mental health services.

Why Us

Opening Up The Conversation

Prince Jim Shepherd Nadiope Foundation is the Uganda’s premier non-profit organization supporting mental health awareness and education especially among the young adults. We are dedicated to saving lives and to building stronger families and communities. Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on young adults ages 14–35, Prince Jim Shepherd Nadiope Foundation is opening up the conversation about mental health and creating lasting change in the way mental health is talked about, cared for, and valued in Uganda.

The Voice of Young People

Headquartered in Entebbe City Uganda, Prince Jim Shepherd Nadiope Foundation brings to mental health what no other organization can — the voice of young people who are disproportionately affected by mental illnesses and the way mental health is addressed in schools and in society at large. We believe no one should have to struggle alone. By empowering young adults to speak openly about mental health, we can reduce stigma, encourage help-seeking, and affordable mental health services.


We work with a diverse of ardent and compassionate professionals team comprising of psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social workers, clinicians, Mental Health Nurses, counsellors, Varied Therapists, Spiritual leaders, recovery coaches ,Addiction counsellors and other expert practitioners to manage a broad range of Mental Health issues, opening the door to holistic recovery.

Our Services

MENTAL, NEUROLOGICAL AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS (Substance & Alcohol Use Prevention & Rehabilitation)

This remains Prince Jim Shepherd Nadiope Foundation’s major strategic offering and focuses on improving access to quality services for people affected with Mental Health, Neurological, and Substance Use Disorders.


Although mental health is a fundamental component of health, recognition of mental disorders and awareness about its importance is limited. Stigma and lack of understanding about mental disorders are major barriers to seeking help.


Your mental health is just as important as your physical health, and Prince Jim shepherd Nadiope Foundation’s psychotherapy services provide comprehensive treatment for your mental well-being. We provide Psychotherapeutics through major approaches to support victims.


Mental health advocacy is essential for raising awareness about mental health issues, breaking down stigma, and promoting access to mental health services. Mental health conditions affect millions of people worldwide, yet many individuals do not receive the care and support they need.

MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT (MHPSS) (The Link between Money and Mental Health)

High levels of financial stress can impact people's wellbeing, raising levels of psychological distress, anxiety and depression. A review found clear evidence for a link between financial stress and depression.


Mental health or psychiatric conditions are common. Many times, they run in families. Some of the most common mental health conditions (disorders), such as depression or anxiety affect the way we think, feel and behave.

Our Collaborators