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We would like to announce we are launching our new logo of Call Me Today from September 2021. We have been in Myanmar mental health industry for over 3 years.


Within these 3 years, Call Me Today had seen the progress and development in society concerning mental health and social stigma. The taboos of discussing mental health in public have been declined and we are now getting to take care of mental wellbeing as much as we do for physical wellbeing.


Call Me Today is established in June 2018 with the motivation of fighting inaccessible counseling. We have served over 1500 clients ranging from migrants, university students, white-collars and NGO staffs psychosocial supports and counseling.


Since our mission is to provide accessible mental health services to everyone, we are continuing to support mental health services to all Myanmar people. Thank you very much to each and every donor, INGO, and business who believes in mental health initiatives and supports us



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On May 14 2021, Call Me Today has signed with one European INGO for providing psychosocial supports via tele-counselling methods. This project is funded by the Livelihood and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT). This project lasts for 8 months. The beneficiaries are blue-collars of both genders and their families.


Kyaw Zin, the founder of Call Me Today, says “We are so proud to provide mental health support again to this community which we were providing psychosocial supports one year ago. It was the response to the COVID-19 and now it is the response for all the current situation in Myanmar.”


Myanmar mental health situation is critical and helps from different sources should be made as soon as possible. While the blue colours and white colours are facing poverty and anxieties and almost all youths are suffering trauma and depression from joblessness, griefs and hopelessness for their careers, education and their dreams. On the other side, mental health supports are in need of refugees.


Call Me Today is the first Myanmar non-profit mental health helpline since 2018. We fight for inaccessible counselling by providing free, instant and reliable mental health services nationwide. Call Me Today has served over 1000 clients at the present.


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Call Me Today is joining a talk show with U.S. Mission to ASEAN Spokesperson, Jason Seymour and Kyaw Zin, founder of Call Me Today on April 1st at 2:30 Myanmar Time, talking about Call Me Today and the mental health situation in Myanmar.


Call Me Today humbly thanks for the invitation to the U.S. Mission to ASEAN (USASEAN) program, Big Idea by the U.S. Embassy Rangoon.


In this talk show, Kyaw Zin has explained the response of Call Me Today to the depression and mental health issues due to the current situation in Myanmar(Burma). Despite the coup, Call Me Today still operating for the mental health problems in Myanmar.


Call Me Today is the first Myanmar nonprofit mental health helpline since 2018. Our vision is to provide accessible mental health services for Myanmar people nationwide.


Enjoy the talk show below.



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