Hong Kong Mental Health Resources
This is a curated list with local resources aimed to help employees and employers find support.
ReSource is a non-denominational, multi-cultural centre offering confidential and professional mental health services to individuals, couples and families, with a sliding fee scale, ReSource provides affordable counselling for everyone.
Suicide Prevention Services serves people who are suicidal, despairing or distressed by means of befriending and other services supporting them to regain control of their emotions and the will to live on.
Tel: 2382 2007
Hospital Authority Mental Health Direct (24 Hours)
Tel: 2466 7350
This a resource for Post-natal mental health with information and contacts for support.
Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association is a charitable organization set up by a group of parents, patients and their family members, and concerned individuals to offer support to all those who suffer from eating disorders and their relatives.
The Samaritans (Multi lingual 24/7 suicide prevention hotline)
Tel: 2896 0000
Institute of Mental Health Castle Peak Hospital is the oldest psychiatric hospital in Hong Kong. Located at the east of Castle Peak in Tuen Mun. The IMH endeavors to promote community mental health and public mental health literacy by provision of public education, professional training and research in mental health.
The samaritan befrienders Hong Kong is a non-government organisation. It is a local voluntary agency which provides counselling services to people with suicidal tendencies/behaviour as well as those in need of support.
Tel: 23892222 (24/7 Hotline)
Domestic violence help
Social Welfare Department provides Victim Support Programme to victims of family violence throughout the territories with a package of services ranging from information, emotional support and escort service when undergoing legal proceedings or facing sudden changes in life.
Tel: 2343 2255 (non-emergency)
Harmony House Non-profit organization specialized in handling domestic violence. Devoted to provide a wide range of preventive, therapeutic and developmental services for individual/family who affected by domestic violence and promote harmonious family relationships in the community.
Tel: 2295 1386 (Mon & Wed & Fri: 2 p.m.-10 p.m. excluding public holidays)