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Prevention of Student Suicides and Promotion of Student Mental Health


The Education Bureau (EDB) has launched a new one-stop student mental health information website “Mental Health @ School” (mentalhealth.edb.gov.hk) since August 2021. 

 

The EDB has been encouraging schools to adopt the Whole School Approach directed at three levels, namely Universal, Selective and Indicated, to promote mental health amongst students and to enhance support for students with mental health needs (including those with suicidal risk).  Teachers, students, parents, and other members of the community may identify appropriate resources and strategies for taking care of students’ mental health in different ways through the website, so as to create a caring environment where students can fully enjoy school life.  For details, please click here to browse the “Mental Health @ School” website.