Teenage Harm Reduction Educates the Young on Substance Abuse
KELY Support Group provides an all-inclusive Mental Health Service in Hong Kong. This non-profit organization aims to continue educating young people on critical topics that were neglected in the past. A few decades ago, Teenage Harm Reduction and other mental health programs were extremely rare. People did not pay enough attention to all the issues that could occur by putting mental growth and development in the second plan. The founders of KELY decided to change that.
In 1991, KELY Support Group started creating an innovative Mental Health Service for people between the ages of 14 and 24. These groups are extremely vulnerable and they need special attention in this field. KELY designed programs that will interest youth and help them learn more about Teenage Harm Reduction and general well-being in an easy, engaging way.
Misuse of drugs and alcohol also shouldn’t be neglected. Young people, unfortunately, frequently try harmful substances under the influence of their peers and society. KELY’s goal is to make them see how dangerous these, seemingly innocent, habits could be. The Teenage Harm Reduction program takes a preventative approach that warns users of alcohol and drugs about the consequences of these actions beforehand. Participants can educate themselves on the subject with the help of qualified educators that know exactly how to make young people think deeply about these interesting lessons. Mental Health Service is available for educational institutions and all open-minded communities that want to work for a better future and stable mental health of young people in the region.