With the help of Fireside Ventures, Amaha secured Rs 50 cr, or roughly $6 mn, with the involvement of numerous family offices and angel investors.
The remaining Rs 15 cr came from a group of angel investors and family offices, with the venture fund investing Rs 36 cr, as reported by The Economic Times.
By combining cutting-edge clinical research with cutting-edge technology tools, Amaha is revolutionising the provision of mental healthcare in India and ensuring the greatest possible outcome for every patient and family.
Amaha runs three distinct physical company locations in Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, and Mumbai. Amit Malik, the founder and CEO of Amaha, told ET that the company operates these clinics with more than 150 therapists and psychiatrists on staff.
Amaha acquired and partnered with Children First, a reputable child and adolescent mental health institute located in the Delhi NCR that has supported over 12,000 families since its founding in 2008.
The mental health startup Amaha, formerly known as InnerHour, was established in 2016 by prominent psychiatrist and healthcare entrepreneur Dr. Amit Malik. In 2019, Ms. Neha Kirpal, a social entrepreneur and global mental health ambassador, joined Amaha as Co-founder.