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Malaysian Mental Health Association
a non-profit voluntary organisation managed by an elected committee of interested persons and professionals in the community. MMHA was formed in 1967 by a group of mental health professionals and community leaders from University Hospital.
MENTARI is a new approach initiated by the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) to improve outreach and re-integration of people with mental health problems.
Malaysian Psychiatric Association
meant as a supporting and reliable source for the patients and their families, and provides useful and practical information and knowledge about mental health and how to manage and deal with the disorders. It also aims to improve the general public’s understanding and awareness about mental health and disorders and rectify misconceptions.
Understanding Mental Illness
The Mental Health Resources
This guide is intended to provide resources about common mental health concerns. You will find links to physical books, online resources and videos divided by category.
These resources are for personal education and self care and are not intended as a replacement for counseling or treatment, If you are experiencing a crisis please call :
- The Befrienders (Kuala Lumpur) : T: 03-79571306, F: 03-79570497, 24 hours hotline: 03-79568144/ 45
- Pusat Telekaunseling DBKL : T: 03-26179905, F: 03-26947912, Counselling hotline: 1800-88-2600
- Bahagian Kaunseling & Psikologi, Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat KL : T/Counselling hotline: 03-26124000, F: 03-40428185
- Counselling Unit, Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development : T: 03-26143000, F: 03-26982925
- Department of Counselling, Hospital Kuala Lumpur : T: 03-26155970/ 5971/ 5773, F: 03-26156039
- Klinik Kaunselling Komunity, UPM : T: 03-89468118, F: 03-89435386
- Lembaga Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat T: 03-26937555, F: 03-26937787/ 26945458
- All Women's Action Society (AWAM) : T: 03-79574221, F: 03-78743312, Helpline: 03-78770224