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24小时预防自杀热线服务24-hour Suicide Prevention Hotline Service is dedicated to providing 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential...


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向晴热线Caritas-Hong Kong Family Crisis Support Centre Crisis Hotline offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information by...


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Are you experiencing difficulties at school or work? Get free, confidential support from a helpline in Hong Kong today.

Persistent problems at school or work may leave you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, singled out or left behind. What’s worse, such challenges can be impossible to avoid, with daily exposure impacting your mental health and wellbeing. There are 9 hotlines in Hong Kong where you can ask for help if you:

  • Pretend to be sick, hurt or busy to avoid attending classes, school or work.
  • Constantly feel tired, withdrawn and depressed, wishing you could be anywhere but at work or school.
  • Often feel overwhelmed, anxious, restless and unable to relax or concentrate.
  • Are unable to understand, follow or complete the days lessons, tasks or activities.
  • Have thoughts of violence, self-harm or suicide because you feel trapped by school or work.
  • Feel so unhappy attending that you regularly find ways to avoid school, classes or work.
  • Have powerful feelings of anger, defiance, frustration, rebellion and the sense that this is unfair.
  • Have intense school or work related anxiety, stress, fear or worry.

If daily troubles at school or work are affecting your mental wellbeing, you’re not alone. Many people experience social anxiety, with difficulty interacting and fitting into groups. Others have trouble staying organised, comprehending lessons and tasks, or even remaining still and focused when in class or at the office.

Everyone experiences school and work differently. However, when your experience starts getting in the way of your potential and your happiness, it might be time to ask for support. For free and confidential support with school and work, consider contacting a hotline in Hong Kong today.


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