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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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Call Me Today to offer their free phoneline counselling for Myanmar people mental health despite the coup, the connection shutting down and the mass killing by the junta.

On the first day of the coup, the phone line has been interrupted and our phone line has not been accessed by the public for a few days. After being maintained we are offering the same capacity before the coup.

Call Me Today continue their services for the people of Myanmar despite the coup. The current Myanmar mental health situation is in a crucial state. It is fragile to turn to mental breakdown due to the death of the protestors, loud noise and abuse of power by the police and soldiers. Till now, there is no practice of emergency crisis response for those whose family members have been shotted to death. This is due to the armed forces which did not let even the ambulance rescue the patient.

Call Me Today worried as there would be many suffered people are getting trauma from this coup. Survived people and Myanmar from other countries are suffering the guilts. These griefs have to be taken action to remove as soon as possible.

Despite the difficulties for the civilians for reaching to access mental health services, the phone line has been maintained at the steady-state. We expect mental health supports from officials who are involving in the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM), civilians who are suffering survival guilt and finally, family members who lost their kin.

Call Me Today is offering free counselling at helpline numbers, 09 782 383 145 on weekdays from 17:00 to 23:00.

Call Me Today is the first Myanmar mental health helpline since 2018. Call Me Today offers phoneline counselling, online counselling and mental health social impacts project for INGO and NGOs. We are a nonprofit social enterprise organization and provide over 1,000 clients nationwide.

Call Me Today operates as a nonprofit, offering free counselling and mental health support services to beneficiaries. We humbly accept the donation which sustains and strengthen our supports and impacts on the Myanmar people. Visit the Support Us tabs to see about our donation channel. Thank you very much for your supports.

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Today is World Mental Health Day 2020. As the theme of the day is the “kindness” we are to share our kindness to our surroundings and our family from now on.

We, Call Me Today, launched the campaign “#wearasmile” , which highlights people to smile 😊 and aware the mental health awareness.

For this campaign, we have collected photos from any interested person voluntarily to make these big pictures to make this event online. This is a public asset and able to share freely with no hesitation. Please use #wearasmile as to make this campaign viral in your community.

We are now committing ourselves to make a single smile every day. From now on, we are not only aware of the importance of physical health, but also mental health as well. Spread our smiles to you. Hoping to feel the warmth from our sunshine smiles!

Have you smiled today?




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