Neurum Health partners with Bethune House to support migrant workers' mental health

Neurum Health has formed a partnership with The Bethune House* to make mind health support available to migrant workers in Hong Kong.

Currently, there are nearly 400,000 migrant workers in Hong Kong.

Commenting on the partnership, Edwina Antonio, Executive Director of the Bethune House, commented: "Mental health support is important for every life story, especially our migrant worker community.We are proud to partner with Neurum Health as our mental health care partner. Access to the neurum app means that we are able to provide continuous quality support that can reach all of our beneficiaries."

Megan Lam, CEO of Neurum Health, added: "Our partnership with the Bethune House underscores our commitment to giving back to where we operate. The gap between the need and available mind health care exists, our work at Neurum Health is to close it by enabling inclusive and quality mental health care to every individual that is equally important in our society. We hope this partnership reminds us to look after individuals who contribute to our society's success, yet whose wellbeing is overlooked and underserved."

*Bethune House is a member of the Coalition of Service Providers for Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong, providing holistic care to Asian migrant women in need, mainly foreign domestic helpers.

In this partnership, members of the Bethune House will enjoy access to the Neurum app's digital programmes, coaching and therapy generated from the pledged credits from our corporate partners.

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