It’s okay to not be okay

It’s okay to not be okay and help is just a few clicks away.

To support individuals who have been affected by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Mind HK will coordinate and offer short-term, pro bono mental health services for mental health and well being.

For tips on managing mental health during COVID-19, click here.

The Mental Health Relief Scheme services are provided by the mental health relief committee, a group of therapists offering short-term, pro bono mental health support to early 2021. Beneficiaries will receive up to 3, one-to-one remote sessions, provided free of charge, to support those in managing their mental health and well being.

Sessions are available in English and Cantonese to those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are interested in receiving support, please review these FAQs and complete the form below.

Submit your request.

There is plenty of uncertainty around the current SARS-CoV-2 outbreak, particularly given that the situation is constantly developing and the information about the virus remains incomplete.

It's okay to not be okay

It is important to pay attention to our mental health along and consider our physical health during such challenging times. It is normal to feel worried and anxious when faced with uncertain situations and the sooner we acknowledge and learn to take care of our mental health, the healthier and better equipped we’ll be to cope with the situation we’re having to face.

Taking care of your mental health and checking in on others can be something that we can all do and there are many ways in which we can protect our own and others’ mental health.

Download our booklet with tips for managing your mental health and staying well during this time, available in English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Arabic, French, Somali, Urdu, Tagalog, Tamil and Bahasa Indonesia.

Please share this resource with friends, families, and colleagues, to help us best ensure everyone is making their mental well-being a priority at this time.

Jump start health improvements with support.

Pledge to work out for 30 minutes every day and become part of the movement to improve mental health.

Learn more and join on the website: .

Download the toolkit.MindHK


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Are You Okay?

Are You Okay?

Are You Okay?

Are You Okay?

POSTED : 01-Oct-2019