Post Crisis Counseling Network (PCCN)
is the first charitable organization in Hong Kong to respond to mental health needs in emergency settings. Established in November 2008 (No. 91/10067), PCCN is a cross-cultural, non-religious, non-political, and non-profit organization in Hong Kong, dedicated to provide humanitarian assistance addressing people’s mental health and psychosocial wellbeing in the midst of an emergency. Apart from supporting psychological aid in more than ten disaster areas, we also train counselors in Hong Kong and in disaster-affected communities to provide sustainable mental health care. Our Post Crisis Counseling Training (PCCT) is a self-developed training model to equip mental health professionals and non-professionals with solid skills to support survivors in disaster-stricken areas. Our Exective Director Mr. Timothy To is a participating member of the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Network (MHPSS), Inter-Agency Standing Committe (IASC), United Nations Office for the Coordination of the Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), and a member of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service.
- provide free mental health assessment and therapy to people affected by disasters and empower them to rebuild their lives
- deliver emergency response to major crises/accidents occurred in/related to Hong Kong
- train post crisis counselor to prepare for and reduce the effects of disasters
- raise the awareness of mental health care support in disaster recovery
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Whoever is in distress can call on me.
I will come running wherever they are.