How to find mental health help

In Malaysia, help is surprisingly easy with access to both public and private psychiatry available.

Do check these links below for more information on where to find the help that you need:-

For a list of private psychiatry care, the list provided on the Malaysian Psychiatric Association might be helpful.

https://www.psychiatry-malaysia.org/listcat.php?cid=28&all=Y

https://www.psychiatry-malaysia.org/listcat.php?cid=29&all=Y

If you are looking for the many sites for MENTARI where assessments can be conducted, listed below are all the sites or you email the address provided.

Apart from the University of Malaya, a number of universities have their own teaching hospitals where psychiatric care is available. Among them are

UKMMC Psychiatric Unit

Walk-in service in clinic Mon to Thursday 8am – 11am.

If there are any urgent cases that turn up as walk in after that, triage will determine urgency of appt, same day by on call or fix appt.

Other university services include UITM (clinic), UPM (clinic), HUSM (clinic and ward admissions)

I have also explained access to help in my podcast which is available at http://play.raku.my/mentalmalaysia