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The pandemic is a challenging time for many. You are not alone. Below are some resources to help you get through this difficult period:

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    Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA)

    The Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA) is a non-profit voluntary organisation providing affordable counselling sessions with trainee counsellors (RM50 per session) or registered counsellors (RM150 per session). More details here.

    03-2780 6803
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    Mental Illness Awareness and Support Association (MIASA)

    Mental Illness Awareness and Support Association (MIASA), or Persatuan Kesedaran dan Sokongan Penyakit Mental is mental health advocacy and peer support NGO based in Selangor. It provides paid counselling or free peer support for those in the B40 income group. You can contact them at 03-7932 1409 / 019-236 2423 or register for an appointment here.

    03-7932 1409
    31 Jalan Changgai 6/22, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
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    Befrienders Kuala Lumpur

    Befrienders is a group of selected volunteers, from a variety of organisations and mental health charities, who are trained to provide support to people who are in emotional distress. The hotline 03-7956 8145 operates 24 hours daily.

    03-7627 2929 / 03-7956 8145
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    KPWKM Talian Kasih 15999

    The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry maintains Talian Kasih, a 24-hour helpline for those in need of assistance. This includes mental and physical crisis support. Talian Kasih is accessible at the toll-free number 15999 or WhatsApp 019-2615999.

    15999 (toll-free)
    019-261 5999
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    Selangor Covid-19 Death Benefit Aid

    Next of kin of residents who died of Covid-19 in 2021 may apply RM1,000 in aid to defray the funeral costs. Limited to one death per family, up to 2,500 recipients.

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    Kita Jaga Kita

    The pandemic has affected us in many ways. The Kita Jaga Kita collates various resources, including food, shelter, transport, vaccines, and other forms of support. If you need help or can offer help, visit the website to learn more.

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    National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma)

    Nadma offers RM5,000 one-off aid to the next of kin of Malaysians who died from Covid-19. It also offers RM100 a day for income loss during Covid-19 hospitalisation. See here for more details.

    011-1321 8056
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    Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO)

    Domestic violence has gone up during the pandemic. WAO provides free shelter and crisis support to those in need via its hotline at 03-7956 3488 or SMS/WhatsApp TINA at 018-988 8058.

    03-7956 3488
    018-988 8058
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    Socso Employment Injury Scheme and Invalidity Scheme

    The Social Security Organisation (Socso) provides Covid-19-related benefits to contributors under its Employment Injury Scheme and Invalidity Scheme.