Keep Calm & Ask KELY
Mental health issues have always been considered as a taboo topic in Hong Kong, making it difficult for young people to know who to talk to for help or to learn more. In light of this, KELY launched the "Keep Calm & Ask KELY'' social media campaign to give young people the opportunity to ask questions about mental health anonymously. Our counsellors then offered tailored responses aimed at relieving any worries or anxieties the young people were experiencing. Each programme team member selected one thought-provoking question to discuss further through a series of 8 videos. The videos are published on KELY's various social media platforms every Wednesday from October to November. A big thank you to our youth volunteers for their enthusiastic support!
What is the line between honouring a friend's privacy and telling another trusted adult/person for help?
Mental health information available on social media is always condensed or presented in a certain way.
When it really gets down to it, how can we help people who are suffering?
Should we consider being shopaholics a mental health disorder?
How can we support people who are fighting the shopping addiction?