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Mental Health Support and
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The Pneumonia epidemic that began in early 2020 has caused remarkable changes in the lives of people. As the epidemic continues that still threatens human health, attacks on social and economic activities as well as the livelihood. Do you feel even more exhausted due to the consecutive events that happen in the past year?
Thanks to Drs. Richard Charles and Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation’s sponsorship to launch a Mental Health Support and Counselling Program in January 2020, which is a subsidized counselling service for people who are concerned in mental health well-being.
- Increase awareness and knowledge of mental health to the general public.
- Decrease depression, anxiety and fear that resulted from 2019-2020 Social Unrest and COVID-19.
- Provide professional mental health support to different groups of people for increasing
their overall mental well-being.
Scope of Services:
- Individual Counselling Session : Fee for the first two sessions is only HK$60.
- You will be matched with one of our professional counsellors based on your background and needs.
- If you wish to continue the therapy, subsequent session fees will be charged based on your household income and on a non-profit basis.
- Others programmes include: (free of charge for some programmes)
- Online mini workshops
- Support groups
- Specific group workshops
- Social Educational Program – such as Public Talks
People who are unsure or have concerns about their current mental health wellbeing due to the beginning of 2019 social unrest and the pneumonia epidemic can participate.
ReSource is a registered charity, offering you professional counselling services.Counsellors will provide personal mental health support for people suffering from any emotional distress. If you are interested in joining this program, please contact us by phone or email.
Enquiry: 2523 8979
Sponsored by: Drs. Richard Charles and Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation
Remark: This sponsored service is on a first-come-first-served basis. It is only available to those who can provide proof of household income and whose household income is no more than $105,000.