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The Selangor Mental Health Association's vision is to promote mental health as an integral aspect of society's overall health and well-being. It illustrates what we feel is a possible future for all Selangorians, one that includes considerable advances in their mental well-being. We hope to see Selangor developing to becoming a warm, loving and inclusive society.

SMHA is run by a group of volunteers, comprising of doctors, mental health professionals, parents, trainers, legal advisors, students and other individuals who all believe in the benefits of having good mental health. We strive to create awareness about the importance of mental health through educational programmes and provision of support services to those in need.

Our goal is to make sure that all Selangorians get the help and services they need on their journey to better mental health.

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With the blessings of His Royal Highness, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Al-Haj Ibni Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Al-Haj, the Selangor Mental Health Association is dedicated to improving the mental well-being of all Selangorians.

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SMHA reaching out to Elected Representatives
(as reported in The Star dated 5th March 2024)


SHAH ALAM: The Selangor Mental Health Association (SMHA) is reaching out to people in the state through their elected representatives to spread awareness of its initiatives and programmes.

SMHA honorary secretary-general Mohan Chitran said his team set up a booth at the state assembly on Tuesday (March 5) to speak directly to the assemblymen.

"We are here to tell them that SMHA is ever ready to organise and hold mental health care-related activities in their constituencies," said Mohan. He said some of the representatives were receptive and expressed interest in working with SMHA.

According to Mohan, mental health has become an important component in the public healthcare system because of the pressures and challenges of daily life.

"There is a lot of stress that people have to go through and conditions such as depression are insidious and not easily detected without expert intervention," he added.

Many stay-at-home mothers and wives have been known to suffer in silence and needed intervention or just a listening ear to cope with their emotional issues, said Mohan.

That is why it was important for the SMHA to reach out to this target group and render much-needed emotional support and help, he said, adding that elected representatives were an ideal avenue for the purpose.

Besides briefing the assemblymen, the SMHA team also distributed pamphlets detailing the services available.


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