A group of Hong Kong psychiatrists have volunteered to provide free or low cost mental health services for people affected by the recent social unrest in the city.Describing the mental pressure faced by the city’s residents as more serious than during the Occupy movement in 2014, the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists announced it would launch the new ‘Care4ALL’ mental health programme next week.The scheme, which will run until February, will aim to provide preliminary assessment and…



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