National Coalition For Mental Wellbeing

Initiated by Rotary Malaysia in August 2020, the National Coalition for Mental Wellbeing (NCMW) has established itself as a leading Mental Health Organisation in Malaysia. Members of NCMW are like-minded organisations, institutions and professionals brought together to a common platform to provide sustainable solutions to the possible long-term mental health impact of Covid-19 among children, youth to the elderly, from homemakers to the workforce.

The aim of the National Coalition for Mental Wellbeing is to establish a centralised visible leadership to provide strategic guidance through co-ordinated efforts and disseminating information in the context of mainstreaming mental health issues.

Our strength relies on working with diverse organisations, people, ideas, perspectives, vocations and professional backgrounds in providing Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services (MHPSS).

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Our Coalition Partners

The National Coalition of Mental Wellbeing is consist of

The first Self-Testing website in Malaysia

The JOM TEST program is distributing over 3,000 self-testing kits for FREE across Malaysia and inviting self-testers to link to care and to anonymously share their results. Our vision is for everyone in Malaysia to have access to testing for HIV, Hepatitis C and other infectious diseases and finally link to support.

Decriminalization of Attempted Suicide

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An Open Dialogue organised by National Coalition for Mental Wellbeing on Thursday, 29 September 2022 at 1230pm at the Royal Selangor Club.

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Recent Events & News

Peace Road Run for Mental Health

Peace Road Run for Mental Health in collaboration with United Peace Foundation, NCMW, RAG MHI (Rotary Action Group on Mental Health Initiatives), Rotary District Public

Mind Matters Network

Mind Matters Network is a youth platform that brings together mental health initiatives so that it reaches both schools and university students at ground level.

Each participating educational institute will be part of the Mind Matters Network which is a Peer Mental Health Group by integrating the Mind Matters programme in their clubs.

The participating institute will be supported by the core committee of the Mind Matters Network in terms of proposed activities, resources, networking and training.