We want to let people know that suffering from mental health doesn’t make you weak and to educate people about the seriousness of mental health. 

It is said that every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. But hundreds of thousands of people (especially young people) are
still struggling with it. 

When experiencing a mental health problem, supportive and reliable information can change your life. Hence, it is imperative that we make mental information easily accessible to everyone anywhere.

Join our petition to:
1. Make Mental Health Treatment and Care Support must be free (especially students and young people)
2. Mental Health Treatment and Care Support must be accessible to all, anywhere.
3. Mental Health First Aid must be added to school’s learning curriculum and a compulsory part of teacher’s training.

During the course of our CoRe Programme, several cases of young people challenged with mental health have been brought to light in our
e-counselling intervention.

A story is told of a very young lady who reached out for help to clear my emotions. The lady in question lost her mom when she was just 10 years.
Her dad was apparently divorced to her mum before her death. Subsequent events have lead her to become very depressed and embittered.

Also, we have had stories of young men who have been pushed to the wall emotionally after losing their jobs and livelihood during this pandemic.
The untold hardship that has been brought on young people in these times can not be overlooked.

That’s why we are strongly advocating for Mental Health Care and request your support to make our voice heard by signing this petition.

We need to take mental health serious. And we need to take action now because mental health matters.